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31+ Free Printable Lettering And Calligraphy Worksheets

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

And don’t worry it’s all beginner-friendly, and I’ll leave you with a lot of resources on where to start your lettering journey. Get ready to rock your lettering skills, and let’s dive into the post!

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.

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 calligraphy 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. 

And of course, we have to start with stationery because, boy or boy, are there a lot of pens you can use for brush lettering!

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Lettering Supplies

The basic thing you need to know about pens you use for brush lettering is that they should have a flexible tip. Or at least have the possibility to create both thin and thick lines.

First of all, let’s start with 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 pen, but for a much, much lower cost.

There is even a special course you can take for free to learn how to use these markers for brush lettering.

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 56185 Dual Brush Pen Art Markers, Bright, 10-Pack. Blendable, Brush and Fine Tip Markers
  • 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 that you can control the style of your lettering.

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

I’d definitely say these pens are the best when you start learning calligraphy from zero.

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Tombow 62038 Fudenosuke Brush Pen, 2-Pack. Soft and Hard Tip Fudenosuke Brush Pens for Calligraphy and Art Drawings
  • 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

For more recommendations, check out my post The Best Pens For Brush Lettering.

How To Print Calligraphy Worksheets

Before we dive into printable brush lettering practice sheets, I thought I should mention a few tips on how to print and use them because I surely made a lot of mistakes with them myself and paid dearly for it.

If you are practicing your letters right in your worksheets, make sure you use high-quality printing paper (like this one), otherwise, the paper might damage your pen, and we never want that!

Alternatively, you can also use any paper and just use a tracing paper sheet for practicing. That way, you’ll also be able to reuse your worksheets, plus tracing paper is much more affordable.

My recommendation would be this marker paper or this tracing paper.

Free Brush Lettering Worksheets

If you want a deeper dive into brush lettering, be sure to check my post Brush Calligraphy For Beginners, you'll find there all the steps and tips for learning calligraphy.

You can also check my post Free Courses To Learn Brush Lettering, for some more resources.

The best way to learn brush lettering is of course practice, so let's dive into the worksheets you can use to rock your calligraphy skills.

We will start with basic strokes and then move to more elaborate ones like words and quotes.

Before I give you the links, I want to mention that these are from different creators, so there is no one link to download them all; just click on each name separately. And, of course, for my printables, you can sign up at the end of the post.

Brush Lettering Practice Sheets With Basic Strokes

Since practicing brush lettering starts from basic strokes, let’s start with free basic stroke printables.

You’ll see that every creator has their own style, so even brush strokes might look a bit different. It’s not a problem – you can do any style you like. The important thing here is – to keep all your strokes in the same style, particularly angled the same way.

Ok, you’re ready now, so let’s dive in and check out these practice sheets to rock your calligraphy skills.

Free Hand Lettering Worksheets

Here are some free resources to learn brush lettering letter by letter.

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.

We will start from the basics - small and capital letters of the alphabet.

Words And Sentences Lettering Practice Sheets

Now that you know how to write letters, it might be a good time to start with writing words.

Thankfully there are tons of worksheets for that, so let’s take a look.

Other Calligraphy Worksheets

We are done with all the basics by now, but I still found a few other printable worksheets that might be fun to explore.

These are not a must-have in mastering lettering, but it might be fun to do those.

There are some more lettering printables in the Resources Vault, including a worksheet with some more flourish ideas.

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

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17 Comments

    1. I was confused too…. I don’t think there is one link to download all at once. You have to click on each individual link, and I guess the total number of pages is “31+”

  1. I see that I am not the only one confused, haha! That makes me feel a little better. :) I think you have to click on each individual link and the total number of pages add up to more than 30. So it’s not just a one click download.

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