Seasons of the Year Hand Lettering Practice Worksheets

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Make your hand lettering practice even more fun with these beautiful printable worksheets! Perfect for use in the Procreate app or with your favorite brush pens, these practice sheets feature bold and script letters, along with fun doodles that you can fill in with colorful patterns and colors. Get creative and bring your own unique style to each worksheet – the possibilities are endless!

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Experience a creative journey through the four seasons with our FREE Seasons of the Year Hand Lettering Practice Worksheets! Whether you’re a beginner or an expert calligrapher, these worksheets provide a fun and inspiring way to hone your hand lettering skills. Each worksheet features a seasonally-themed phrase, with accompanying illustrations and guidelines to help you create beautiful, hand-lettered pieces. Download them today and start improving your hand lettering skills!

To download the printables, click on the link underneath the preview images.

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Seasons of the Year Hand lETTERING wORKSHEETS:

These printables are one of my favorites! I put a lot of thought into each doodle, font, and placement of the letters. When I was creating these printables, I wanted to mix a coloring page with a hand lettering practice sheet.

For the thick script letters, I recommend the Tombow Dual Brush Pens. Put pressure on the brush when drawing strokes downwards and put less pressure on the brush when drawing strokes upwards. For the words that are thin (spring, summer, and autumn). I recommend the thin side of the Tombow brush pens or the G2 Pilot pens. I personally prefer the pilot pens as the ink doesn’t look faded when drawing over any paper. If your hand tends to shake a lot when tracing over letters, try erasable pens!

For the doodles, I recommend you outline them with a dark color pencil or thin marker and fill the inside of the doodles with a light color pencil. The contrast between the dark color and the light color looks beautiful!

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4 rectangular images with the words spring, summer, fall, and winter. The letters have cute icons floating around the page.
Click here to download this hand lettering worksheet.

How to use the printables in Procreate:

Using these printables in the procreate app is easy! First, save the images (printables) to your favorite cloud folder or on your iPad’s camera roll. Second, import the printables into the Procreate app, create a new canvas, and start coloring the words or tracing over the letters.

4 rectangular images with the words spring, summer, fall, and winter. The letters have cute icons floating around the page.
Click here to download this Procreate hand lettering worksheet.

My favorite brush bundle to use for iPad lettering is the Procreate Mega Bundle. Other awesome places to find brushes for the Procreate app are the Creative Market, Design Bundles, and The Hungry JPEG. If you are looking for free brushes, try the brushes from iPad Lettering and Missy Meyer.

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