This free lettering workbook can be used for January hand lettering prompts, January crafts, doodles, or even bullet journal layouts for January. Included are the fonts and the practice sheets. If you’re new, get started with hand-lettering for free!
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January 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). :)
I rarely find myself staring at a blank page for long but it does happen from time to time. In order to help inspire you to create, I’ve developed a list of January hand lettering prompts and hand lettering practice sheets.
But don’t think this is only limited to practicing your brush lettering, calligraphy, or word doodles. I’ve already used these prompts to create cards, a wall display, and even a play prompt for my daughter and her friend.
January Hand Lettering Fonts Used
I am always falling in love with fonts I find and it can be such a pain trying to track them down. So instead of transferring that frustration to you, I am including the fonts I have used in this set of January hand lettering prompts.
If one of these fonts strikes your fancy, grab it and create your own hand-lettering practice sheets.
How to Download the January Lettering Practice
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How to Use The Hand Lettering Practice Sheets
Often, I’m inspired by a phrase, quote, or even a single word. I like to practice writing the word first, maybe sketch a layout for a piece, and then set my sights on my final project. You can use these the same way throughout the month, printing as many copies as you need.
Included in the January hand lettering and doodling workbook (11 pages total) are:
- January lettering prompts (daily)
- 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)
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Over to You
Do you have a favorite hand-lettering style? What about your favorite sources of inspiration? Will you use these hand lettering practice sheets to build up your style or practice January lettering?