Mother’s Day is coming up so I thought this “Dear Mom” lettering practice worksheet would be a good way to help you practice your hand lettering skills and master a few sayings to maybe embellish a card or gift tag for your Mum on her special day!
To celebrate the launch of my 5th workbook, I’m happy to share with you today a printable worksheet (not included in the workbooks) with Mother’s day related words in the 5 different lettering styles.
Sort of a sample of the 5 different lettering workbooks I’ve already created if you will.
-Download your free printable lettering worksheet at the end of the article-
Each workbook includes +40 worksheets to practice your hand lettering and help you make all your planners, bullet journals, study notes, cards and whatnot prettier!
Recommended pens for each workbook:
►Brush Lettering Workbook: Brush Pens such as Tombow Dual Brush Pen (brush tip), Pentel Fude Touch Brush Sign Pen, or even Crayola Markers or Crayola Super Tips.
►Thin Brush and Brush Script Lettering Workbook: Thin Brush Pens (such as Tombow Fudenosuke) or hard felt tips pens (the look will be different depending on the type of pen you’ll decide to use – brush or not)
►Modern Script and Sans Serif Lettering Workbook: Fine tips pens, hard felt tips pens…
If you want to master different types of lettering and get the most bank for your buck then you may be interested in purchasing more than one workbook at once – the more you buy the more you save (from 25% to 45% savings).
You get to create a bundle of 2, 3, 4 or even 5 however you’d like, by adding the workbooks you’re interest in in your cart and then adding the appropriate discount code before checking out!
Click on each image to access the corresponding listing:
What’s included in these workbooks and why should I get it?
Packed with 20 Themed worksheets (see full list below) with traceable words + 19 Alphabet pages (upper and lower case), these workbooks are especially made for beginners, planners, bullet journals & crafts enthusiasts
My themed worksheets with words and sayings will gradually teach you how letters flow together, and effortlessly help you master words you’d be happy to use to decorate your planners, notebooks, bullet journals,
postcards, gift cards, scrapbooking pages, craft projects, etc.
Each Lettering Practice Workbooks include more than 40 pages to help you get started or improve your hand lettering in a fun and easy way. The content in each workbook is the same but the lettering style is obviously different.
Even though I’ve included alphabet practice worksheets in these workbooks (19 worksheet pages, except for the Sans Serif Workbook which is only Uppercase and as such only has 9 alphabet pages), I made it a point to include a lot of worksheets (20 different worksheets) featuring traceable words & sayings you’re likely to use in your everyday lettering.
While practicing each letter on its own (alphabet worksheets) is a useful step in the process, for some people, it isn’t the most fun thing to do. Practicing letters on their own doesn’t mean you’ll do a great job at forming nicely written words with these letters.
Which is why I believe that this big pack, including themed worksheets in 2 different lettering styles is a good choice for beginners and people who want to see quick results while keeping it fun!
20 Themed Worksheets included in each workbook:
- Greeting card sayings (2 pages)
- Holidays & events (2 pages)
- Days of the week (2 pages)
- Months of the year (2 pages)
- Seasons sayings (1 page)
- Planner and bullet journal words (1 page)
- Motivational sayings (1 page)
- Boss lady sayings (1 page)
- Planner girl sayings (1 page)
- Travel words & sayings (2 pages)
- Basic french vocabulary (4 pages: days of the week, planner words, greetings, sentiments/wishes)
- Numbers (1 page)
19 Alphabet Worksheet pages included in each workbook
Also included in each workbook:
Each workbook also includes a blank worksheet, as well as 2 progress worksheets to compare your hand lettering before and after completing the workbook.
I also share tips and recommendations to use the workbooks (pens recommended, printer settings to print on A5/Half US letter or A4/US letter).
Before you know it, you’ll be able to hand letter all the words and sayings your heart desires without the help of worksheets.
Free Sample Lettering Practice Worksheets
Of course you probably want to test sample pages before ordering these workbooks. So here you go !
You can download the worksheet “days of the week” (in Brush Lettering style) here:
And to celebrate the newest workbooks, I’m sharing with you an extra worksheet page with Mother’s Day sayings including the 5 different lettering styles available so far:
This Lettering Workbook can be printed on A4/US Letter size paper or on A5/Half US Letter size or used with Procreate App
Depending on the printer settings you’ll select, you can get A5/Half US letter inserts or get a full page (A4 of US Letter) worksheets.
To get A5 inserts (or half US letter), I advise you cut your paper to A5 or Half US Letter and select the corresponding format in your printer settings, and select scale “fit to page”.
If your printer has a “booklet” printing settings, then you can also print it as a little booklet. I did that for the Modern Script Lettering and Sans Serif Lettering Workbooks and I quite like this system!
Alternatively, I’ve also included JPEG files so that you can use these lettering worksheets with Procreate App and Apple Pencil on your IPad Pro if you’d like to.
Print on A5/Half US Letter size
A5/Half US Letter size is the perfect format if you want to add the worksheets as inserts in your A5 Planners. This way you can practice at any time and easily access them for future reference.
Plus, the A5/Half US letter size is a good dimension to practice because the size of the words is about the same size as your handwriting in your notebooks, journals and planners would be.
Print on A4/US Letter size paper
If you have an Ipad Pro or the new Ipad 2018 (both are compatible with Apple Pencil) you can also use these worksheets with the Procreate App and Apple Pencil (JPEG files are included in a ZIP folder). You’ll simply have to extract the Zip folder and import the JPEG files in your Procreate App, add a layer on top and start tracing the words!