The May hand lettering prompts for lettering practice, May brush lettering crafts, doodles, or even bullet journal layouts for May are here! I’m sharing an 11-page free practice sheet set you can’t get anywhere else. Get started hand-lettering today!
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May Hand Lettering Prompts for Practice, Crafts, and Doodles
Before we get too far into this month’s prompts, I have a question: what are your favorite lettering pens? I’m not talking markers, everyone knows my favorites. ;)
I’m talking pens.
Mine are the soft tip version of these, but I honestly want to hear what you just can’t stop ordering. I just ordered another couple sets of these I like them so much (plus I always have one in the car for on-the-go practice.
The car line at school pick up is long, friends. Looooooong.
May Hand Lettering Fonts Used
As always, I’ve included the fonts and styles I’ve used as inspiration below and in the practice lettering workbook. I’ve taken the liberty of adding a particularly interesting font this month…
If you like mermaids, you’re going to love this set of brush lettering and hand lettering practice sheets.
- Mermaid lovers, I’ve got you covered. I really like the embellishments.
- If you like classic and clean, this little cutie has you covered. Love her.
- Brush lettering fans, this is a standard style to use because it’s so versatile.
May Hand-Lettering Practice Sheets and Workbook
In case you’re new here, this year we’re giving away a free, 11-page set of hand lettering practice sheets each month, along with a daily prompt list.
NOTE: you need to have the password to access the workbooks. Sign up here for the once-weekly email and the password will be delivered immediately (and the password will be at the bottom of every email I send). We want you to start lettering as fast as possible!
NOTE: if you’re looking for the Freebie Fri-Yay email with free fonts, finds, cut files, and so much more, sign up for that here. It’s a separate list and is only sent on Fridays.
How to Use The Free Lettering Worksheets
As mentioned, my daughter’s car pickup line can be lengthy. When the weather is good, I sit outside with these lettering worksheets on a clipboard (this one is my current obsession). There is usually a wait and I can sit in my car and get a few minutes of brush lettering practice and calligraphy practice.
Get creative this month:
- add in flowers, vines, animals, etc.
- use pastels. I just ordered pastel paint pens and am anxiously awaiting their arrival.
- use watercolor brush pens and try to use the ‘loose watercolor’ painting style. So pretty.
Included in the May hand lettering prompts and doodling workbook (11 pages total) are:
- May daily lettering 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 this set hand lettering prompts, the free hand lettering practice workbook, and all future sets.
Over to You
As you practice, come on over to Ruffles and Rain Boots on Facebook and share. If you have created a doodle, piece of art, or a craft, share that, too! Let’s get creative together.
I just finished doodling with some watercolor brush pens I picked up from Amazon. On the page, I have a Bob Ross tribute and a Mom-inspired colorful lettering doodle.