Lucky Brush Lettering Practice Sheets. Grab your brush pens and practice lettering the word “lucky” in ten styles using these free custom lettering sheets! Plus, a “lucky” lettering themed blog hop with some of my blog friends.
I’m sharing this post as part of a Lucky Lettering Blog Hop with some friends. So be sure to scroll down to see all the fun lettering projects and freebies!
Lucky Brush Lettering Practice Sheets
To create these custom worksheets, I sit and letter a word a bunch of ways. Then I pick my favorites for you to practice. ! I print them, test them, and adjust the size as needed until they’re ideal for each brush pen or Procreate Brush.
Don’t focus as much on making your strokes perfectly much mine. Instead, focus on where your thin upstrokes and thin downstrokes should go. And don’t forget to GO SLOW! You’ll find your transitions and consistency are much better when you take your time.
Remember, use light pressure to upstrokes and heavy pressure for downstrokes.
Download the Practice Sheets
⬇️ Small Brush Pens Practice Sheet ⬇️
⬇️ Large Brush Pens Practice Sheet ⬇️
Below are all the supplies I use and recommend for doing these free practice sheets (and many of the additional freebies in the hand lettering practice sheets archives!)
HP Premium32 is copy paper that’s super smooth and ideal for use with brush markers and print-at-home practice sheet. I use it for pretty much everything and buy it in bulk on Amazon.
Small Brush Pens
- Tombow Fudenosuke. This small tipped brush pen is ideal for beginners. You can grab it in black or in colors. I used the green one from the colors pack for the pics in this post.
- Pentel Touch Sign Pen, Fude Tip. Again, I used the green one from this pack for this post.
Large Brush Pens + Markers
I used all three of these brush pens/markers when testing out the practice sheets.
- Tombow Dual Tip. The Dual Tips are perfect for larger brush calligraphy and lettering. They blend super well too! Since these are felt-tip markers, be sure to use the smooth copy paper I recommended above so they don’t fray!
- Ecoline Watercolor Brush Pen. These large tipped brush markers are juicy and fun to blend.
- Karin BrushMarker Pro. I just did a full review on these trendy medium-to-large tipped brush markers. You can read it here.
Procreate Brush for iPad Lettering
The DND Basic Brush from my first Procreate Bundle is perfect for these practice sheets. For the small worksheet, I set the brush size to about 4% and for the large worksheet, I set it to 9-10%.
How to Use PDFs in Procreate
To use PDFs in Procreate, this is how I do it:
- I download the PDF on my computer and save it to a file-sharing site (like iCloud Drive or Dropbox).
- Then open the PDF on my iPad (using Dropbox) and take a screenshot of the page I want to practice.
- Then in Procreate 4, simply tap the “Photo” option in the top right corner of the screen.
- Choose the photo from wherever you’ve saved it on your iPad.
- Add a new layer to letter on (so you’re not lettering on the same layer as the worksheet) and practice away! ?
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Lucky Lettering Blog Hop
Make sure to hop around and check out all the other amazing printable practice sheets and tutorials from my lettering friends!
LEFT TO RIGHT/TOP TO BOTTOM
- Lady Luck Printable Practice Sheet – Lemon Thistle
- Rainbows, Unicorns and everything Magic – Liz On Call
- My Lucky Day Printable Practice Sheets – Printable Crush
- 3 Printable Practice Sheets – Smiling Colors
- Lucky Printable Practice Sheets – Dawn Nicole Designs
- 6 Procreate Brush Stamps for Saint Patrick’s Day – One Project Closer
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