Names of the Months Hand Lettering Practice Worksheets for print and iPad lettering in the Procreate app. Each hand lettering practice sheet has the 12 months of the year.
Let’s practice the Names of the Months with these beautiful Hand Lettering Practice Worksheets. In the blog post, I explain how to use brush pens and how to resize the printable. I also link to a tutorial that explains how to use Procreate for iPad lettering.
The goal is to use two different fonts and mix them together to create beautiful titles for each month of the year! I hope you enjoy using this printable as much as I enjoyed creating them ♡
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FREE Names of the Months Hand Lettering – PDF
My favorite brush pens to practice lettering are the Tombow Dual Brush Pens. You can also try practicing with regular markers to track your progress and see the difference between different brushes. If you want to create thick lines put more pressure on the pen and put less pressure on the brush pen to create a thin line.
FREE Names of the Months Hand Lettering – PROCREATE:
Here is a tutorial to help you import your printables into the Procreate app. I use the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil to practice hand lettering. You can use any stylus you have, but the Apple Pencil is pressure sensitive which is why it stands out from any other stylus pen.
My favorite brushes to use are iPad Lettering Brushes and Behance Brushes. Other awesome places to find brushes for the Procreate app are the Creative Market and The Hungry JPEG. Make sure to always create a new layer before you start working on the lettering printables.
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