Mixed Lettering Practice Sheets: Create. Grab this free mixed lettering styles custom practice sheet in both printable and iPad versions! Mixed Lettering Practice Sheets: Create Mixing different styles of lettering creates a fun piece with a ton of character, and it’s one of the most requested things I’ve been asked by my readers to teach more of here on the blog. The below image shows
26 Easy Lettering Fill Styles to Try. Plus, download a free PDF version to keep on hand for easy reference! 26 Easy Lettering Fill Styles to Try Reference materials are a fabulous way to get inspired and speed up your workflow. While lettering books, Pinterest, and social media are great sources, I’ve been wanting to create references I’ve created myself to guide my lettering work.
3 Easy Colored Pencil Lettering Styles using Tombow Color Pencils. One little trick makes all three styles super simple to create! Disclosure: I’m a Tombow Senior Brand Ambassador which means they send me free products to play with each month. I was not paid to write this blog post nor promote this product. I just think the Tombow Color Pencils rock and that you’ll enjoy
Six Online Lettering Classes to Develop Your Style + Five Tips on How to Find Your Unique Hand-Lettering Style. Plus, a special offer from my friends at Skillshare! This post is in collaboration with my friends at Skillshare. They are this month’s DND Partner Program sponsor. Sponsors allow me to pay my bills and still create free content for you. Win, win! 😍 This post contains sponsored links.
Mixed Lettering Inspiration: Magazine Art Project. Grab a stack of magazine and a pair of scissors and get ready to complete the first challenge of my new Lettering Challenges Series. This post is part of my new Lettering Challenge Series Mixed Lettering Inspiration: Magazine Project Not long ago I posted a lesson how I create my signature mixed lettering styles. This first challenge is based on
The Basics of Creating Mixed Lettering Styles. How to mix and match different lettering styles to create a balanced yet fun piece with a ton of character! The Basics of Creating Mixed Lettering Styles Finding your style as a lettering artist takes time. It’s been nearly five years since I started lettering and I am really just starting to feel like I’ve found my style. It’s it’s
DND Lettering Styles Week 6: Six Styles to Try. Six easy styles to try on your lettering. Plus, a free printable sample reference sheet. DND Lettering Styles Week 6: Six Styles to Try I lettered this week’s styles last Sunday. Being under the weather that day gave me a good reason to stay in PJs and do nothing much but letter while I caught up on
DND Lettering Styles Week Five. This week I focused drawing one letter in different styles. It’s a great way to develop your own style! DND Lettering Styles Week Five This week I focused on drawing one letter in different styles. Not only is it fun, it’s a great way to develop your own style. Using just one letter allows you to focus on even the most subtle
DND Lettering Styles Week Four. A blog series cataloging a personal project in which I’m creating five different lettering styles per week. I’m also sharing the supplies I used and tips for re-creating each style. DND Lettering Styles Week Four Another week, another set of new styles! I’m still having SO much fun with this project. Spending time drawing and getting creative just for fun
DND Lettering Styles Week 3: Nine Styles + Printables. Nine easy styles to try on your lettering. Plus, two printables: a sample reference sheet and a full-color art print! DND Lettering Styles Week 3: Nine Styles + Printables The past few weeks, I’ve been focusing on one lettering style per day and using my “old school” paper and writing supplies. But my Momma and Step
DND Lettering Styles: Kid-Friendly. Three fun, kid-friendly styles I taught to students at my kids’ school + free worksheets! DND Lettering Styles: Kid-Friendly My son’s teacher asked if I’d come in last Friday to teach the 3rd and 4th-grade students a 90-minute lettering lesson. Today, I’m sharing a basic outline of what I taught them along with worksheets you can do with your own kiddos
DND Lettering Styles: Week Two. A blog series cataloging a personal project in which I’m trying to create five different lettering styles per week. DND Lettering Styles: Week Two Another week, another set of new styles! I have to tell you all; I’m having SO much fun with this project. One downside of running a creative business is that I often have so much business
DND Lettering Styles: Week One. A blog series cataloging a personal project in which I’m trying to create five different lettering styles per week. DND Lettering Styles: Week One Last week, I shared on social media that I’m starting a new personal lettering project where I’m filling sketchbooks with one new lettering style per weekday. On my Facebook page, a ton of people said they’d
Back to School Lettering Tutorial: Make Good Choices. Lettering that goes off the page is a simple yet effective way to add character and style to a piece! Back to School Lettering Tutorial: Make Good Choices Whenever I drop my kids off at school, I tend to say mom things like “Make good choices!” so I thought it would only make sense to letter a momism
Decorative Floral Lettering Tutorial. Lettering Styles to Try is a new series on the blog that will feature step-by-step instructions on drawing various styles of lettering! Decorative Floral Lettering Tutorial Hey, friends! In my Happy Emails, I recently tried something new. I shared a step-by-step “Lettering Styles to Try” tutorial and I received such great feedback, I decided to add these tutorials to the blog. This