Here is yet one more post with some free Bullet Journal printables, but this time we’re talking about free printable calligraphy worksheets for beginners.
Improving your Bullet Journal lettering skills is all about doing drills and practicing, and there is no better way to practice than by using worksheets.
Thankfully, you don’t need to break the bank to learn brush lettering because there are tons of free resources out there, and in this post, I made sure to gather all the worksheets you need as a beginner.
There is a lot of information out there, but this post is for complete beginners. Meaning that most of the printables in this list are basic drills.
No matter how boring it might look – trust me, once you master these, you’ll be able to start brush lettering like a pro.
So let’s dive in, but be sure to scroll until the end to get some more resources on working on your calligraphy.
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So, you got your worksheets; what’s next? How to use them, and what do you need for that?
Here are the things you’ll need:
- High-quality printing paper. If you want to practice right on top of these worksheets, you need to use good-quality paper, or it will damage your brush pens. I recommend this HP premium paper.
- Tracing paper. The best way to use these worksheets is to print them and use tracing paper on top of them to practice. That way, you’ll definitely use supplies and save money. Any tracing paper would work, like this Strathmore tracing paper.
- Brush pens. For sure, to practice calligraphy, you need brush pens. I recommend trying Tombow Dual Brush Pens or Calliograph pens if you’re looking for large brush pen tips or Tombow Fude pens for small tip pens.
If you need more recommendations, check out my post The Best Brush Lettering Pens For Calligraphy Beginners.
Do you want more? I’ve got you covered.
From lettering basics to more worksheets, you’ll find here all the resources you need.
Read these next:
- Brush Lettering For Beginners: Tools, Tips And Techniques
- Free Online Brush Lettering Courses
- Free Hand Lettering Worksheets
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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!