When I began practising brush lettering and calligraphy last summer, I fell in love. I quickly became entranced by the movement of the pen across the paper. The deliberate, slow motion of drawing letter forms brings me a sense of calm and relaxation.
Brush lettering is my escape from the busy world of technology and has become a wonderful new way for me to express my creativity.
And of course, I began thinking about how to share this beautiful art form with others. I designed some basic tracing worksheets, taught a workshop to a handful of women locally, and started to share online via Instagram and Periscope.
After teaching my workshop, I quickly realized that the tracing worksheets are an essential tool that helps people understand how to draw the letter forms and build muscle memory.
So I decided to design a more refined set, including important drills, as part of my teaching toolbox. Then an idea struck! After seeing my brush lettering online, the overwhelming response was “How can I learn to do this?” and “Do you have a guide, an e-book or videos?” These positive responses have motivated me to share my brush lettering practice worksheets online.
I have added a SHOP on my website, and you will see the tab at the top. You can also click on the tab “Learn Brush Lettering” as well and read more about the worksheets.
I’m so excited to share the beautiful art of brush lettering and hope you enjoy your lettering journey as much as I do!
Here is a quick video introducing my Brush Lettering Worksheets:
I have more brush lettering worksheets coming….with Capital (Uppercase) letters, words, phrases… and more! I also am developing some instructional videos to accompany the worksheets. Coming soon….
Happy Crafting….. and happy Brush Lettering!