Are you looking for some printables to help you improve your Bullet Journal lettering? In this case, we’re talking about hand lettering, and I have found some cute handwriting practice sheets for you.
Whether you’re an aspiring calligrapher, looking to improve your penmanship, or just want to add some flair and creativity to your written notes, having access to cute handwriting practice sheets is a great way to improve your handwriting.
Here I’ve gathered some of the best printable resources available online so that all you have to do is grab yourself a pen, set aside a few minutes each day, and get practicing!
These printable worksheets will help you develop your handwriting and develop a cute writing style you’ll love.
Handwriting, like any other type of lettering, is all about practice, so all you need is to choose the style you want to help and keep on practicing.
It takes a while to see the result, but if you stick with it, you’ll eventually be able to have the cutest handwriting.
Before we dive in, be sure to scroll until the end to get some more resources on how to level up your handwriting, plus get some free practice sheets as well.
Free Handwriting Practice Sheets
If you're on a budget and not there yet to invest in your handwriting - no worries. I have two free handwriting worksheets for you.
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Best Handwriting Pens
Of course, I wanted to leave you with a few pen recommendations since your pen definitely changes your handwriting style.
So here are a few of my favorites:
- Muji Pen – my favorite pen I use every day; it’s perfect for thinner lines.
- Pilot G2 – a very smooth-flowing ink and a thicker type of line.
- ZEBRA Sarasa Clip Gel Ink Ballpoint Pen – very comfortable grip, smooth ink, and available in so many fun colors!
For worksheets, you can print them on any paper, but here is an idea for you – if you want to keep on using the same practice sheets over and over, try using a tracing paper instead of writing exactly on top of your worksheet.
You can use any marker or tracing paper for that; try Strathmore 300 Series Tracing Paper Pad.
And for more pen recommendations, check my post Best Pens To Improve Handwriting.
There is more about handwriting, and I always work on creating more content to help you create your perfect writing style.
So here are a few more blog posts for you to check out next:
- 9 Easy Tricks To Improve Your Handwriting
- Aesthetic Handwriting Inspirations To Copy Right Away
- How To Make Your Handwriting Look Different
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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!