It’s time to share the February hand lettering prompts for lettering practice, February crafts, doodles, or even bullet journal layouts for February. Included are the fonts and the practice sheets. Use these to get started with hand-lettering today!
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February Hand Lettering Prompts for Practice, Crafts, and Doodles
Before we get started – check here to see if one of the most beloved hand lettering pens are on special! I picked up another pack about a week ago (for the little one). :)
To alleviate the burden of a blank page, I’m sharing a daily prompt list for February as part of the hand-lettering series here on Ruffles and Rain Boots.
Feel free to practice your lettering, create cards, crafts, and even a new layout for your bullet journal or gratitude keeper.
February Hand Lettering Fonts Used
We tend to fall in love with certain styles and it burns my biscuit (hello, I’m from the South) when I find a font or style I love and there is no way to find it. I wouldn’t do that to y’all…
February Hand-Lettering Workbook
Each month, I’ll include a set of lettering practice worksheets. In each workbook, some pages will be blank and others will have alphabet prompts to help you perfect your lettering style.
How to Use The Lettering Worksheets
Practice, practice, practice.
Know how professional letterers develop their style? Practice.
Do you want to be able to create layouts to sell or gift? Practice.
Practice is why I created these books. I needed to expand my knowledge of all the different styles so that I can improve my hand-lettering.
Included in the February hand lettering and doodling workbook (11 pages total) are:
- February daily prompts
- Links to fonts – because sometimes we fall in love with a style!
- 3 sets of type / font styles
- 3 sets of practice sheets (including blanks)
Just a note: if you’d like to share with your friends, please share this post on Facebook and Pinterest. That way, they’ll be able to get the January hand lettering prompts, the workbook, and all future sets.
Over to You
What is your preferred lettering method? Do you create in pencil first before brush lettering or do you take the world in your hands and just wing it?