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Handlettering is so hot right now! Everyone seems to be going old school and perfecting their penmanship to create craft projects and so much more. If you have ever wanted to learn how to hand letter, I thought I would share a few resources with you. From hand lettering books to hand lettering practice sheets, we have all of the information you need to get into this creative hobby!
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Hand Lettering 101
First of all, if you are just getting started, you may want a comprehensive guide to handlettering. Something that will make the process to learn hand lettering a bit smoother. From basic strokes to practicing your skills, I have a course that will fit your needs! Get over 3 hours of instruction, tons of free printables, practice sheets, shopping lists, exclusive Facebook group, and so much more.
Hand Lettering Practice
One thing that seems to be consistent with everything I have read on handlettering is that you need to practice. I am talking a lot of practice! So, what are the easiest ways to do that? We have a few ideas for you below including some free printable practice sheets.
- Hand Lettering Practice with the Cricut BrightPad
- Free Brush Lettering Practice Sheets
- Lettering Practice Sheets
- Basic Strokes Practice Sheets
- Brush Alphabet Sheets
- Worksheets for Practicing
- Downloadable Practice Worksheets
You can also see some simple hand lettering practice ideas in the video below that may help.
Hand Lettering Books
Some of us just need a book for things like these. If that is you, I have options for you as well! Handlettering books are the perfect way to practice and hone your skills. Start with one of the books below then add to your collection as you add to your confidence.
- Hand Lettering for Relaxation
- Super Simple Hand Lettering
- Hand Lettering (An Interactive Guide to the Art of Drawing Letters)
- Lettering For Beginners: A Creative Lettering How-To Guide With Alphabet Guides, Projects, And Practice Pages
- The Art of Hand Lettering for Beginners: Beautiful Projects and Essential Techniques
Hopefully, these resources will help you learn how to hand letter. Learn hand lettering with confidence then create some amazing projects with your own designs. I know I am still honing my handlettering skills and I don’t know if I will ever be an expert. But it is fun to try!