When you’re starting with any type of Bullet Journal lettering, the first thing to consider is what kind of supplies you’ll need.
In this blog post, we’ll be covering some amazing hand lettering pens that you’ll absolutely love using for your hand lettering projects!
You wander into the world of pens, and all of a sudden, you’re lost in a sea of styles, sizes, colors, and brands. When I first began my lettering journey, I couldn’t believe there were so many options!
But once I’d found the right tools, I was able to color my world with letters and experiment with different styles. So, take a deep breath and dive in – once you know what to look for, you’ll be able to swim through the pen aisle like a pro!
If you’re a beginner or professional hand letterer, sometimes finding the right pens for your work can be challenging. After all, not all art supplies are created equal, and when it comes to hand lettering, one wrong pen choice can make all the difference in achieving that unique and beautiful effect you’re looking for.
Don’t worry – I’ve got your back! After testing hundreds of different pens, I will share with you some of my top picks for best-quality lettering pens worth every penny!
And don’t forget to scroll until the end to get more resources and a freebie.
Hand Lettering Specifics
Before we dive into pens, let me just remind you that hand lettering is the art of drawing letters rather than writing them like you would with calligraphy and brush lettering.
You can basically use any supplies you want for that, from a usual fineliner to a water brush and watercolors.
If you use a brush pen for your hand lettering, it doesn’t really mean that you’re doing brush lettering. So don’t let the name of the supplies keep you away from using them in your hand lettering projects.
Now that we’ve got this out of the way, let’s talk pens!
Free Lettering Resources
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Do you want to learn more about different types of lettering and supplies to use? I have plenty of resources here on Masha Plans.
Here are just a few I think you’ll love:
- The Best Brush Lettering Pens For Calligraphy Beginners
- Free Hand Lettering Worksheets
- Easy Fonts For Bullet Journaling
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