Over the years, I’ve created several different sets of printable hand lettering worksheets in various different styles. I know that it can be difficult when you first start out with hand lettering and I am no stranger to the struggles we face as beginners.
The loops and curls that are often found in hand lettering can be tricky to accomplish when you are first getting started and the more basic fonts are not as appealing as the modern styles. I know it can be challenging to find practice materials that are easy as a beginner while still being a specific style that is visually appealing.
I created my very own simplified hand lettered alphabet and packed it into a multiple set bundle that is everything I wish I had when I was beginning to learn hand lettering. The Simplified Lettering Beginner Bundle is your ultimate resource for getting started with hand lettering!
What Is Inside the Bundle?
You’ll get Larger and Smaller Sized lettering practice sheets for practicing with brush pens and Tombow markers as well as smaller pens.
It includes a set of Drill Worksheets. If you’re brand new to hand lettering I definitely recommend practicing with drills to get a hang of thick and thin strokes, which is one of the most difficult aspects to master in my opinion.
This is also my first lettering set that includes both lowercase and uppercase alphabet practice. I find it easier to begin with the lowercase letters and then move over to capitals. This means you can start out with drills practice, move on to mastering lowercase lettering and still get to perfect your uppercase.
I spent a lot of time coming up with a set of capital letters that were simple and still true to my modern and not-so-formal style.
Lastly, you’ll also get commonly used words to practice. One of the biggest questions I get asked is how to connect letters when hand lettering. My letters don’t generally have an entrance stroke but I rather try to make the tail of my letters connect seamlessly with the next. You’ll be able to practice this method with the commonly used words practice sheet.
How Is The Alphabet Different?
This new alphabet is still modern and beautiful with less curves and curls. This makes it easier while still achieving a great look. I’ve even been switching my own hand lettering style to what you’ll find in these worksheets because I just love it so much.
Each worksheet also gives you a practice break down of the letters in their individual strokes so you’ll be able to practice this before connecting it all🙌🎉
I wish I had this bundle when I was starting to learn hand lettering and I am so excited to share this with all you beginner hand letterers.