This is a quick Spring hand lettering practice sheet and design to work on a few of those tricky letters. Download this free hand lettering printable and let’s get started.
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Waiting for Spring
It’s a gloomy, cold day here in Seattle. And it’s just another in a long series in this long, gray winter.
We have no Internet as I write this – I know, right?! – which is likely what prompted me to make this in the first place. I’ve been lax on my hand lettering and figured this was a good enough place to get back into it.
If you want more hand lettering practice in calligraphy, bounce, and brush lettering styles, be sure to check out our hand lettering 101 page where we share a free printable monthly hand lettering practice workbook.
Each workbook is full of practice – you get 3 font and lettering styles and an entire month’s worth of prompts!
The Tragedy of Shared Craft Supplies
As I took out my Tombow brush pens today, I discovered my FAVORITE blueish-purplish Tombow was used by my daughter… As you can imagine, the tip is now well-loved and doesn’t work quite the same way.
These have had a very, very long run.
I saw blue and orange in this piece, however, so I used it anyway. Lesson learned because some of my letters are scraggly little things. But you will need:
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Over to You
What colors will you use in your Spring hand lettering practice sheet? I want to do another using my favorite metallic paint pens (I normally use them for rock painting, but am SO curious).
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