Today I’d like to share with you a new lettering practice worksheet, filled with motivational quotes.
These motivational quotes all have a common theme: they’re little reminders to encourage you to act and go for whatever it is that you want.
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This specific worksheet is also a great way to sample my 10 lettering practice workbooks. I included 10 quotes, each of them is in a different lettering style corresponding to the lettering workbooks available in my shop. This way, if you’d like to dive deeper and get more worksheets, you get to try the different lettering styles available and decide which workbook you’d like most to get (for more savings, you can also get a bundle of 5 workbooks or 10 workbooks).
I previously shared a lettering worksheet with motivational quotes to stay positive during tough times and I’ve also shared another lettering worksheet with motivational quotes before that you will probably love too!
Difference between brush lettering and monoline lettering
These 10 lettering styles can be divided into 2 categories: brush lettering and monoline lettering. 5 of each style.
Monoline Lettering: With this lettering style the width of each stroke is consistent throughout the letter: upstrokes and downstrokes are the same weight/width all along. With monoline lettering, you’re applying the same pressure throughout the word. Because of that, Monoline is a great lettering style to start with. You can use any Fineline tip marker or pen.
Brush Lettering: With this lettering style you’ll be alternating your pressure between upstrokes (thin) and downstrokes (thick). You need a brush lettering pen (Tombow Fudenosuke and Pentel Touch are my favorites). if you don’t want to get a brush lettering pen, you can achieve the pressure variation with Crayola Broad Line markers or Crayola Super Tips (if you like stationery items like me you’ll appreciate that it comes in a pack of 100 colors).
Here is an image to help you compare and preview all 10 different lettering styles included in this worksheet.
Benefits of hand lettering
I’ve always found hand lettering practice to be very relaxing. It helps to pause your brain and get you in a bit of a meditative state. I compare lettering worksheets a bit to coloring pages in that way.
Lettering tracing sheets are a great way to explore new hobbies or try to practice new skills. Because of its relaxing effect, lettering can be a great hobby to get into, you don’t need to be a creative genius to get started!
If you’d like to give it a try, here’s a free lettering practice worksheet with positive quotes. You can practice these quotes and recreate them in your planner, bullet journal, notebooks, or anywhere. Write them down again and again like mantras if you’d like. Whatever makes you feel good!
I love combining lettering and quotes because it makes these quotes all the more powerful.
This worksheet comes in printable (PDF) and Procreate (JPEG) friendly formats. You can download it towards the end of this page.
Here is a preview of all the quotes included (the printable version comes with only grey traceable text):
You can use these sayings to decorate your planner, bullet journal, travel notebook, or any other artistic project! Once you get better at hand lettering you’re going to want to hand letter everything anyway!
These traceable worksheets are a fun and easy way to improve your hand lettering skills. To make it more versatile, I’ve included 10 different lettering styles. You can print this worksheet or use it on your iPad with the Procreate App and Apple pencil.
Get more Lettering Worksheets
If you like any of these lettering styles, you can get a full workbook (with 30/40 lettering worksheets) of each style in my shop. If you like all these styles and want more than 370 lettering worksheets (alphabets and themed sayings), you can get my bundle of 5 workbooks: I have a special offer for you here (75% savings) or my bundle of 10 workbooks.
You can also get a pack of 10 free printable lettering worksheets here.
You’ll be ready to add cute hand-lettered sayings to your planners and cards in no time.
★ Download Free Printable Lettering Worksheet with Motivational Quotes ★
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If you like this worksheet and want to improve your hand lettering skills in a fun and easy way, you may want to check out my lettering workbooks to get 370+ worksheets: