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Take your hand lettering to the next level with these free printable brush lettering practice sheets.
Brush lettering and hand lettering has become my most favorite past time this last year. That’s right, it’s been a year of practicing. I still have a long way to go, but it has been such a stress reliever for my to just sit and let the pens flow on the paper. I don’t always like how things turn out, so that is why I practice, practice, practice.
If you love the brush lettering and hand lettering trend, and want to learn how to do it too, these free printable brush lettering practice sheets are for you. They have both a Serif and Sans Serif alphabet, strokes practice pages, common words and phrases practice sheet and then a lined black page to come up with your own words.
Brush Lettering Practice Sheets
My favorite brush pens to use are the Tombow dual brush pens and the Sharpie brush pens. I like how easy the Tombow dual brush pens blend together and that using the small tip, I can clean up any messy areas of my brush lettering designs. Plus they have 90+ colors. So you are sure to find the look you want. I love how easy the Sharpie brush pens flow. They brush tip is really flexible, and it can help create a different and fun brush lettering look.
I love how smooth my brush pens write on this marker paper. I think it helps keep my tips from fraying, so they last longer, plus if I’m using the sharpie brush pens, they don’t bleed through. Plus I only have to print the brush lettering practice sheets once and cover it with the marker paper to copy and practice the letters and strokes.
You can download your free printable brush lettering practice sheets using the link below.
You can see these practice sheets in action in this video. In the video I say transfer paper, but I mean tracing paper. 🙂
Have you tried brush lettering yet? There certainly is some patience and practice involved. But if you take a few minutes everyday to practice, you’ll be a pro in no time!
And don’t forget, if you’re just getting started into the whole hand lettering thing, you can download these free printable hand lettering practice sheets. They break down every letter by stroke, so that when you are ready to start lettering all those inspirational phrases you love, your hand lettering will flow smoothly.