Have you ever wanted to improve your handwriting or give it an artistic flair? These free hand lettering worksheets for practice will help you learn how to hand letter, practice the strokes, make the alphabet, and create phrases. With all these practice sheets, you'll learn how to hand letter in no time.
The Difference Between Calligraphy and Hand Lettering
While calligraphy focuses on beautiful handwriting, hand lettering is about drawing each letter. Letters are broken down into simple components, with each one being focused on.
01 of 12
This free hand lettering worksheet hones in on making serif capital letters. There are three pages here and the whole uppercase alphabet is included. It's recommended that you use a fine sharpie marker for the exercise.
Ian Barnard has other hand lettering freebies available, including worksheets that help you practice sans serif capitals, serif numerals, cursive script, and serif lowercase.
02 of 12
This hand lettering alphabet chart will help you practice your uppercase and lowercase letters, as well as numbers. In addition to this worksheet is a free watercolor floral stationery card that you can use to practice your writing.
There's a lot more here! You'll find in-depth directions for hand lettering as well as a video that shows you how to hand letter.
03 of 12
Here are some hand lettering practice sheets that are for dual brush pen lettering. This worksheet will take you through making the basic shapes for hand lettering, and then hand lettering letters, numbers, and basic symbols. There's a blank worksheet so you can continue practicing on your own.
04 of 12
Here's a free mini-guide that's available to teach you brush lettering. It includes a thick downstroke, thin upstroke, lowercase a, uppercase O, number 5, and a "hi" practice sheet.
You'll need to go through the process of "purchasing" this item but your total will remain 0 and you'll be able to download after checking out.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
05 of 12
Do you want to jump into hand lettering and create a beautiful phrase? You can with this free worksheet from By Dawn Nicole. You'll be writing "love your selfie" many times to practice your hand lettering skills.
06 of 12
Printable Crush takes a different approach to use hand lettering. These free sheets will have you practice your natural handwriting with the alphabet and some love notes. After you've practicing you can move onto turning your own handwriting into hand lettering.
07 of 12
Here's a fun hand-lettering worksheet that has you write "be all there" along with hearts and flourishes. You have four times to practice this phrase. Flip your paper over and you can practice freehand.
08 of 12
Here's a hand lettering worksheet that focuses on numbers, in particular serif numbers. You'll practice the numbers just the way you should hand letter them, one stroke at a time.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
09 of 12
Alphabet hand lettering worksheets are always popular, and here's a great one from Kelly Sugar Crafts. These worksheets cover the uppercase and lowercase alphabet and it's written in a few different ways. There's also a Procreate file if you'd like to practice digitally.
10 of 12
Write a love letter to your mom with this lovely hand lettering practice sheet. You'll love that you're actually writing something that you can use. Included is a video showing you exactly how to use the worksheet.
11 of 12
Flourishes can be a big part of hand lettering, and these free practice sheets will show you how to do them and give you room to practice them. There are uppercase and lowercase letters. Along with the worksheets are recommendations on what type of pens to use.
12 of 12
Both uppercase and lowercase letters are on these hand lettering worksheets. The worksheets let you trace to begin and then you're ready to write them on your own. Also included is an example sheet that you can keep with you as you practice.