Letter L Hand Lettering Practice Sheets – Hand Lettering Worksheets
Letter L hand lettering practice sheets and worksheets. These worksheets are perfect to practice iPad lettering in the Procreate app. In the blog post, I explain what brush pens I recommend to start lettering.
Get your favorite brush pens out and start practicing lettering with my collection of Letter L hand lettering worksheets. These printables are perfect to use in the Procreate app (iPad lettering) and for printing. To download the printables, scroll down in the blog post and click the link underneath the preview images.
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Letter L Hand Lettering Practice Worksheets – PDF:
The first page of the worksheet includes the words I am followed by positive adjectives that start with the letter L. For example, I am loved, I am lucky, I am a listener, etc. The goal is to inspire you to think positively about yourself.
This practice sheet is part of my collection of hand lettering alphabet worksheets. Each month I create a new printable with a specific letter. My goal is to show you that you can always find a positive word in the alphabet to describe yourself.
For the printables below, I recommend the Tombow Dual Brush Pens. Start from the top-right putting pressure on the brush to create thick strokes and less pressure to create thin strokes. Before I start tracing on the worksheet, I use the website Colourcode to learn what colors match. Use the tools on the left side of the page to get more rows with colors. Move your mouse around to see different color gradients.
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Letter L Hand Lettering for iPad Lettering:
One of my favorite ways to practice hand lettering on the iPad is with the procreate app. I have a step-by-step tutorial that explains how to import and practice hand lettering on the iPad. If you are a Windows user, try using these printables in the apps Concepts and Sketchable.
Did you know you can use your iPad as a planner? Yup! Customize and decorate a digital planner just like you would decorate your bullet journal. Check out my digital bullet journal blog post to learn more! ♡
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