This free mermaid hand lettering practice sheet packs a big punch in the WOW! factor. Small pen, large pen, and even blending practice is included in this free set!
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Mermaid Hand Lettering Practice Sheet (Full Set Available)
The free mermaid hand lettering sheet is finally available. Squeee! My little girl loves ALL things mermaid, unicorn, and dragons right now. Go figure – maybe you’ll some unicorn lettering practice later.
The full set of mermaid hand lettering practice sheets can be found in the shop. Psst: If you sign up for the weekly newsletter, you get a coupon!
- Large Pen: Tombow Dual Brush Pens (current obsession is this set ‘cuz it’s GORGEOUS!)
- Small Pen: Tombow Fudenosuke (I prefer these)
- Optional, Blending Pad and N00 Colorless Blending Pen (comes with sets)
- Printable (see below)
If you need anything, be sure to check out the hand lettering section of my shop on Amazon. I give you the exact products I use (and I’ve tested soooo many over the years).
Tips on Hand Lettering Mermaid Sayings
I’m going to share just a few tips I’ve learned while working on this set.
Although it’s handy to have, you don’t need the blending pad. Use a plastic storage bag to blend your pens. I purposefully make the prompts a very light color so that you can practice your blending.
Blending colors really brings up the WOW! factor. You can blend on printer paper, cardstock, and watercolor or mixed media.
It’s hardest to blend on printer paper because the paper can tear easily. I use cardstock and watercolor paper the most, however, because the paper holds up better.
This blending is on cardstock:
Practice Both Sizes
We all have our favorites, and I’m no exception. But I also know that if I’m dedicating part of my days to this, then I need to be sure I work on everything.
Psst: chunky bounce lettering with large brush pens is still my favorite! What’s yours?
Again, we have favorites but I’ll tell you when it comes to small pen work, I despise – yes, strong word but true – the hard tip Fudenosuke pens. If you like to see a variation in strokes, use the soft pens for the small pen work.
I have many of the Tombow brush pen sets and also really like the watercolor brush pens for hand lettering. If you haven’t tried them, they are great for cards, art pieces, and developing a love for blending.
I’m sort of, kind of, totally obsessed with lettering and I love to share the practice sets I create. Get on the email list and I’ll notify you when I make a new one!
Free Mermaid Hand Lettering Practice Sheet
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