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Get ready to send a hand lettered Easter greeting card to your family and friends this year with this Easter hand lettering practice sheet.
Does anyone send snail mail anymore? I know that I am really bad at sending mail to my family and friends in the regular mail. Anymore it’s so easy to text or to send an email. But I absolutely love getting a letter or simple note in the mail. It totally makes my day. You’d think since I love it so much, I’d be better at sending them out.
I think it’d be so fun to send a note or card to my family and friends for no reason at all. But when a holiday is coming up, it’s the perfect excuse to send a fun note in the mail to a loved one. This Easter hand lettering practice sheet has 5 different was to hand letter Happy Easter. You can start practicing to find your favorite style to add to a hand lettered card to slip in the mail.
With fancy script writing and basic all caps writing, there is a style for everyone. And your loved ones will the added hand lettered sentiment. Plus it’s a fun reason to practice your hand lettering skills. And hand lettering takes practice. You can really use any small pens, markers or even pencil when practicing this hand lettering practice sheet.
My favorite pens to use when I want a little color are these Pentel touch sign brush pens. I just love all the colors they come in. Plus they are easy to use when applying pressure as you create the thicker downstrokes.
You can download the Easter hand lettering practice sheet using the link below. This is for personal use only.
If you want to practice your basic hand lettering, make sure to check out these free printable hand lettering practice sheets. I’ve got every letter in the alphabet, both upper and lowercase.