With the grid pages on my notebook, it also meant I wasn’t creating random stupid squiggles everywhere. It could be quite sore at times, but I carried on because I love lettering and happy mail.
I decided to create some FREE Printable worksheets for you to download and print.
The printables include:
- A-Z Practice sheets on lined paper
- A-Z Practice sheets on 1-inch grid paper (will help with spacing)
- Blank lined paper
- Blank grid paper
- Download the free worksheets and print out.
- Write the alphabet in your regular handwriting.
- Practice the movement drills shown above.
- Then you should practice more.
- After that, some more practice and then
- Draw the alphabet again and find which letters need work.
- Work on those letters by repeating the corresponding actions. So if your O’s aren’t right, you have a lot of O’s to write and write, again and again.
How To Start Hand Lettering:
Find Typefaces You Want To Copy
When you get comfortable with creating shapes of letters and you can create different styles you will find it way easier to emulate the inspiration that you find. Doing that will help you with letter formation and seeing how your hand responds to what you see. It can take a lot of practice. Good luck 🙂
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Experiment with different lettering styles!
Practice makes perfect! Seriously.Practice also means PROGRESS! So do not be disheartened if it’s taking a while 🙂
Not perfect at all! But progress…!
You can view my Lettering Inspiration on Pinterest
Now I’ve taught you how to improve handwriting skills, have you started practising or trying to improve your handwriting?
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