Is anyone else feeling like summer has just ended…and now it’s suddenly CHRISTMAS?!?

The December newsletter has lots of announcements and info….mostly happy…but one surprising and even sad. Click HERE to read it and don’t forget to subscribe.

With the new release of my Bouncy Christmas Connections, I thought I would share a tracing worksheet from that set: Ho Ho Ho. Click HERE or click the image below to download, print and practice.

Free traceable template holiday words guide worksheet ho ho ho Christmas for brush pen lettering to download and print and practice

Remember to use Kelly Creates tracing paper on top of regular printer paper because it’s too rough on your brush pens. 

With this worksheet, you can use both Kelly Creates large and small brush tip pens. The Dream pens work nicely for the larger words, and the Multicolor Small Brush tip pens are perfect for the smaller sized words.

These dual sided Kelly Creates Dream pens are a DREAM... both tips are great for calligraphy, hand lettering, home decor, cards, and more!              Love these Kelly Creates Multicolor Small Brush Pens from American Crafts available at Michaels stores

If you would like to practice more ‘Bouncy’ Christmas Connections, click HERE for the newest set of printable worksheets in my Shop.

Christmas holiday theme tracing templates guides for brush lettering and modern calligraphy with brush pens to download, print and practice printable worksheets

At this super busy time of year, it’s nice to sit down to practice calligraphy and breathe, write, and relax.

4 Comments on December Newsletter & FREE Printable Worksheet

  1. Charlotte Dunn
    December 14, 2019 at 8:21 am (5 years ago)

    I love to get your newsletter. It’s like opening a present. Its bright and so cheerful. I love to see all your travel photos and read of your adventures. Looks like a Wonderful Life !!! Merry Christmas

    • Kelly
      December 14, 2019 at 11:12 am (5 years ago)

      Oh, reading this made my day. Sometimes I wonder why I send out newsletters. Thanks for the kind words.

  2. Jeanie Puckett
    December 21, 2019 at 12:59 pm (4 years ago)

    I could not agree more with Charlotte. I know that many, many others feel the same way. I hope that you never decide to stop the newsletters – we LOVE them! Happiest of Holidays to you.

  3. Elizabeth Novak
    January 4, 2020 at 5:43 pm (4 years ago)

    These tracing sheets are a fantastic idea! I need lots of practice! Thank you.


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