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Looking for a way to improve your lettering? You’re in the right place, here are tons of FREE printable lettering worksheets to help you master this skill.

31+ Free Printable Lettering Practice Sheets | Masha Plans

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Lettering is one of the skills you might want to master for your Bullet Journal pages. I’m always in awe of the beautiful calligraphy people use to decorate their journal pages.

I’ve been really working on my lettering lately, and if you’re a beginner be sure to check out my Beginner’s Guide To Brush Lettering.

What I quickly realized is that the secret to better lettering is of course practice, so I did my research and found tons of free resources and printable worksheets to improve this skill.

Before we dive in though, here are some tips and materials to be sure you’re ready to get going with your lettering.

Starting With Lettering

The basics of lettering are pretty simple – downstroke is thick, upstroke is thin. Just like that, you can create brush calligraphy.

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It’s, of course, a bit more difficult when you start, but as you practice you’ll see things getting easier.

Several main tips for brush lettering are:

  • Hold your pen at a 45-degree angle. It will make sure that you can get thick and thin strokes without damaging the brush.
  • Lift your pen up after each stroke. Lettering isn’t writing so it’s totally ok to lift the brush to help you create better-looking letters.
  • Take your time. There is no rush, take your time when you letter and make sure you put a thought to your letters.

Where To Learn Lettering

Well, of course, I advise you to start from my Brush Lettering Guide For Beginners, but here are a few more resources you might consider.

Free Lettering Quickstart Guide by Little Coffee Fox 

30 Days To Better Brush Calligraphy video series by Dawn Nicole 

31 Days to Love YOUR lettering  blog post series by Creativ Lei

31+ Free Printable Lettering Practice Sheets | Masha Plans

Plus, there are several Skillshare classes that you can get for FREE, if you follow this link and get 2 weeks FREE access to Skillshare premium with thousands of classes!

Calligraphy for Beginners 3 – The Brush Pen Letters by Jackson Alves

Hand Lettering Techniques: 5 Ways to Better Work by Teela Cunningham 

Lettering in Color: Colorful Brush Lettering with Fudenosuke Colors by Kiley Bennett

Modern Brush-Lettering & Calligraphy: From Sketch to Screen by Cat Coquillette

Brush Lettering 2: Alphabet Basics by Peggy Dean

Lettering Supplies

Something you’ll definitely need is, of course, supplies, and boy oh boy is this a rabbit hole to fall into!

First of all, let’s start from the most budget version which you might even have at home – Crayola Super Tips!

Yes, these little devils can create the same brush calligraphy effects as any other brush pens, but for a much much lower cost.

Crayola Super Tips Washable Markers Age 3+ - 50 Count
  • One 50-ct pack of Crayola Super Tips Washable Markers
  • Super Tip Markers make thick or thin lines for a variety of coloring techniques
  • Washable marker set easily washes from skin and most washable clothing

If you want to invest in a proper brush pen, don’t go further than Tombow Dual Brush Pens. They are amazing, have tons of colors and most importantly – their brushes are very beginner-friendly

Plus the marker tip will help you fix any small mistakes in your lettering you might make as a beginner.

Tombow Pen Dual Brush Markers (Bright)
  • Ideal for fine art, brush lettering, faux calligraphy, illustrations, water color illustrations, journaling and more!
  • Set of 9 colors and 1 blender pen, with flexible brush tip and fine tip in one marker
  • BRUSH TIP: Durable and flexible nylon fiber brush tip, creates medium or bold strokes by changing brush pressure

You also might want to have a smaller brush pen, for more detailed work such as headers for your weekly spreads.

Here is where you have a wonderful option of Tombow Fudenosuke pens. They come in hard and soft tips, so you can control the style of your lettering.

There’re also colored and neon versions of these brush pens, so you could add some more spark to your headers.

Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens (2-Pack)
  • Contains both the soft and hard tip Fudenosuke Brush Pens
  • Features a flexible brush tip for different lettering and drawing techniques
  • Create extra fine, fine or medium strokes by a change in brush pressure

When you start practicing your lettering, it’s also very important to have the right paper. Usually, cheap printing paper will cause your pens to frey – just ask my poor very first black Tombow Dual Brush pen.

So, be sure to invest in good printing paper, my recommendation is HP Premium 32.

HP Paper Printer Paper 8.5x11 Premium 32 lb 1 Ream 500 Sheets 100 Bright Made in USA FSC Certified Copy Paper Compatible 113100R, White
  • Made in USA - HP Papers is sourced from renewable forest resources and has achieved production with 0% deforestation in North America. See images.
  • Optimized for HP technology - All HP Papers provide premium performance on HP equipment, as well as on all other printer and copier equipment. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. See images.
  • Heavyweight premium printing - HP Premium32 is a heavyweight (32lb), brighter (100 bright) and whiter (163 whiteness) paper with a super-smooth surface for impressive full-color premium printing.

Free Lettering Printables

Finally, there are tons of free resources and worksheets for you to master lettering. Note here that even if it sounds the same in many resources, the style of letters is always different, so be sure to check them all out to find the style you love.

First, let me start with what I can offer you! 

Free printable lettering worksheets | Masha Plans

In the Resources Vault, you can find empty sheets with the perfect lining to practice your lettering. Moreover, there is a practice sheet with days of the week and months of the year as well.

You can join Planning Mashers in the signup form at the end of the post, and you’ll get access to tons of free printables for your Bullet Journal.

Secondly, I also provide monthly lettering worksheets for my Patreon family. Apart from lettering worksheets, you can also get tons of weekly spreads, stickers and of course complete monthly setups.

So if you want to get tons of high-quality stuff for your BuJo and show your support for Masha Plans – be sure to join my Patreon.

Ok, enough about me – here are several other amazing resources to get your 

Dawn Nicole Brush Lettering Practice Sheets 

Nicole has an incredible collection of practice sheets for small and larch brushes, as well as days of the week, quotes and so much more!

Awesome Alice Hand Lettering Practice Sheets 

Alice offers printable worksheets of all the letters of the alphabet, bounce lettering, quotes, alphabet with flourishes and of course -all the basic strokes.

Kelly Sugar Crafts Lettering Practice Worksheets

These worksheets don’t just have basic strokes and some bounce lettering, they also provide you with tons of quotes and different lettering specific to holidays and seasons.

Life is Messy and Brilliant Hand Lettering Printables 

You can find many interesting worksheets here, including such important basic ones as months of the year and days of the week.

Scribbling Grace Faux Calligraphy Worksheet

Faux calligraphy is a great way to start your lettering journey and this worksheet is perfect to master that skill.

Free Handlettering Practice Sheets by Shawna Clingerman 

Days of The Week Brush Lettering practice Sheets By Amanda Kay 

Free Uppercase Lettering Practice Sheets By Amanda Kay 

Basic Brush Lettering Brush Strokes Worksheet by Moms and Crafters

10 Free Lettering Worksheets for Beginners by Lovely Planner 

Hand Lettering 101 – 8 Styles of Alphabet by Ruffles and Rain Boots 

Free Lettering Practice Sheets by IAN BARNARD

Dual Brush Tip Lettering Worksheet by Tombow USA 

Lowercase Brush Lettering Practice Sheet by Amy Latta Creations 

Free Brush Pen Calligraphy Worksheet: Neat Slant Edition by The Postman’s Knock 

Free Lettering Practice Sheets by The Pigeon Letters 

50 Ways To Letter The Alphabet Lettering Worksheets by Little Coffe Fox 

Free Lettering downloads by Pieces Calligraphy 

3 Hand Lettering Worksheets For Beginners by Printable Crush

Free Practice Sheets for Different Calligraphic Styles by Julie Bausenhardt 

Tutorial and Alphabet Chart by FTD by Design  

Brush Lettering Basics – Free Worksheet by Scribbling Grace 

Free Flourish Lettering Practice Sheets by  Two Easels

I think you’re all set now to go and conquer the world of brush lettering!

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