September mood tracker printable for bullet journal iPad & print. This bullet journal September mood tracker is perfect to practice hand lettering on the iPad Procreate app.
The theme for this free September mood tracker printable are falling leaves. I love walking down the street and hearing the leaves crunch underneath my feet. You can use this beautiful mood tracker on your bullet journal or on your iPad using the Procreate app. Keep reading to learn more!
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How to practice hand lettering on the iPad – Video:
The first two numbers are at normal speed. In the video, I want to show you that is important to take your time when you practice hand lettering on the iPad. I speed up the video for the other numbers so that you can see how I mixed the colors.
In the video, I saved the printable to Dropbox > Imported the printable to procreate > selected the brush, the color, and the size of the brush.
Free September Mood Tracker – PDF:
I love how the falling leaves give the page a touch of warmth. For this hand lettering printable I recommend the TwinTone markers. Use the thick side of the marker to outline the words and leaves and use the thin side of the marker to add patterns to the leaves.
If you need to resize this printable to fit your planner, check out this helpful tutorial.
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Free September Mood Tracker – Procreate:
My favorite way to practice lettering is with the Procreate app. Save this printable to Dropbox or your favorite cloud folder, open Procreate and insert the printable. Here is a tutorial that explains in detail how to use the Procreate app to practice hand lettering. Windows users, try this printable in the app Concepts and Sketchable.
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 need free brushes to practice on the iPad, try the brushes from iPad Lettering Brushes and Behance Brushes.
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