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Handlettering printable exercise sheets - Calligraphy & Lettering in your Bullet Journal

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Would you like to improve your handlettering a little? Learn Brush Lettering? Practice a new alphabet for special fonts? Then you can use my free blank templates to print out and just do some lettering and practice :)

Practice handlettering & fonts with templates

I use my template myself to improve my handlettering or learn new fonts. With a practice sheet it is very easy to practice the desired letter within a row or to write down different words. I often print out the lists, so I always have the template at hand for my monthly Bullet Journal Set Up and can easily look up or write down different words throughout the month.

On the pictures I used my own template to give you a little help. So you can see how you can use my template best. To get a great result, I always recommend to use appropriate pens, which are specially designed for handlettering. You can find my pen recommendations and best tips for beginners about handlettering in the Bullet Journal in my blog post "Handlettering in the Bullet Journal - Making headlines simply beautiful". Here I will show you how handlettering works and which insider tip is very important for a successful lettering.

My free template for you - exercise sheets for handlettering

Important note: The template is created in A4 format. Please take this into account when printing. You can use a normal A4 paper.

You can find the template in my download area on the blog. Here you can download and print the exercise sheets for free by clicking the PDF button below the picture.


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Have fun practicing! :)