There are tons of free Bullet Journal printables on the blog, but in this post, we’re doing something different. Here I want to share with you free hand lettering worksheets.
I think these are still related because who doesn’t want to learn to do Bullet Journal lettering to decorate their pages? Sometimes just a beautiful lettered header can be all the decoration your pages need.
It doesn’t matter if you want to learn lettering to decorate your Bullet Journal or just a separate hobby; I’ve got you covered with these free printables that will help you master hand lettering in no time.
Hand lettering is a creative and powerful way to decorate your Bullet Journal, as well as a wonderful hobby on its own.
But where do you start, and how do you get better? Not sure where to start with this versatile art form? Worry not; I have the perfect solution for you – free hand lettering worksheets!
These fun-filled worksheets are designed for both beginners and experienced letterers alike, giving everyone the opportunity to unleash their creativity.
And be sure to keep on scrolling until the end of the post to get a few more recommendations and inspirations to work on your hand lettering.
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Supplies For Using Hand Lettering Worksheets
There are a few supplies that you’ll need to practice your hand lettering, so here are my recommendations.
Starting with the pens:
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens. Definitely, a fantastic pen to have, and they come ion so many colors.
- Calliograph Pens. They have a large brush tip similar to Tombow Dual Brush Pens, but they also have a small tip on the other side, which is very useful. Plus, you can get 10% off with my code MASHA10.
- Fudenosuke Brush Pen. A great pen if you’re looking for a small tip brush pen, and it comes with a hard and soft tip, so you can find what works best for you.
There are so many more amazing brush pens out there, so if you’re looking for more recommendations, I recommend you to check my post The Best Brush Lettering Pens For Calligraphy Beginners.
Among some other supplies, here is what you’ll need:
- High-quality printer paper. Because if it’s not smooth enough, it will damage your brush pens. I recommend this HP Premium Paper.
- Tracing paper. The best way to use these worksheets is not to keep reprinting them but use a tracing paper to practice. You don’t have to get anything too elaborate; just try this Strathmore 300 Series Tracing Paper Pad.
- A printer. Of course, you can print it in a printing shop or with any printer you want. But if you’re looking for a recommendation, I can recommend Epson EcoTank 2800 Series.
And that’s about it; that’s all you will ever need to start using these worksheets and absolutely rock your hand lettering.
Are you looking for more information on brush lettering? I’ve got you covered.
There are a lot of posts already on the blog, but here are a few to get you started:
- Brush Lettering For Beginners: Tools, Tips And Techniques
- 31+ Free Printable Lettering And Calligraphy Worksheets
- Free Online Brush Lettering Courses
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Let me know in the comments if you’re looking for anything else lettering-related, I’ll be happy to help!
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