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If you’re feeling lucky and want to try your hand at hand lettering, print out these St. Patrick’s Day hand lettering practice sheets with different ways to write the word lucky.
For some reason I just love the word lucky. So when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around, you can usually find that word around my house. So I thought it’d be fun to try out a couple different ways to right the word and share all the lettering fun with you!
Hand lettering has become a big part of my everyday lately. I find myself doodling or writing everyday. And it’s not just at home. At restaurants when we take the kids, I use the crayons and the kid menu coloring page to write their names and other random words to get in some practice. And while crayons are not my number one choice of writing utensil, it doesn’t deter me from getting some practice in.
These St. Patrick’s Day hand lettering practice sheets were designed using the pentel sign brush pens and the tombow dual brush pens. I wanted to be able to practice using color. I printed them out on HP 32 lb laser jet premium paper. This paper will help keep your pen tips from fraying. It is super smooth and a great option when practicing hand lettering. You can also cover the practice sheets with tracing or marker paper. If you want to use sharpie brush pens, I recommend covering these with the marker paper.
Check out this video to see how to use the hand lettering practice sheets and all these products in action.
St. Patrick’s Day Hand Lettering Practice Sheets
You can download the St. Patrick’s Day hand lettering practice sheets using the link below. 2 pages are included in the single download.