July hand lettering practice sheets and worksheets to help you practice your hand lettering skills on the iPad or with your favorite brush pens. ♡
This collection comes with 4 printables. The first page can be used as a cover page on your bullet journal. Simply print it, color in your design, and glue it to your bullet journal. I have a great tutorial to learn how to transfer fonts to your planner.
The other two pages have different script fonts that are repetitive throughout the page. This allows you to practice the same word several times. Don’t worry about making mistakes, you can print the practice sheets as many times as you want.
To download the printables, scroll down in the blog post and click the link underneath the preview images.
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July Hand Lettering Practice Sheets – PDF:
For these worksheets, I recommend the Tombow Dual Brush pens. Start by gently putting a little bit of pressure on the brush pen. The more pressure you put on the brush, the thicker the strokes. Put more pressure on the brush to create thick strokes and put less pressure on the brush to create thin strokes.
Mix and match colors! The beauty of hand lettering is being able to create your own style. Don’t be afraid to use colored pencils or markers. Everyone likes using different tools until they find that works best for them.
Make sure to print the practice sheets using the highest setting for your printer. This allows you to see the words that have a light gray color.
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Here is a quick video of how I love using the worksheets with the Tombow Dual Brush pens.
July Hand Lettering Practice Sheets – iPad Procreate:
Follow the instructions on this tutorial to learn how to use the Procreate app to practice hand lettering. If you are a Windows user, try using these printables in the apps 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 and Design Bundles. If you are looking for free brushes, try the brushes from iPad Lettering and Missy Meyer.
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