My Handwriting & Lettering Part 1: Script

Hello handwriting and lettering enthusiasts!

Ever since #RockYourHandwriting started a while back I’ve gotten so many requests to share practice sheets for my handwriting and general admiration in general, which, honestly, is really strange for me since I’ve never seen my handwriting in that way!

Also, folks in the planner community have begun infusing lettering and handwriting styles into their planners and are always looking for different fonts.  So the idea for this series in born.  I’ve grown up playing with a variety of different fonts and scripts, so after I’ve fiddled with Photoshop a little bit, my guidesheets were born.  It’s a labor of love, y’all.

HANDWRITING PRACTICE SHEET

Want to try a different style of handwriting and lettering in your planner? Download these free practice guides!

I’ve also included a video to walk through step by step how I letter in my bullet journal each week – I did a little bit of it in my May Set-Up video, but hopefully this will give you a more in-depth look. Take a peek!

Looking for the practice sheets? Download them right here or click the image below.  Again, please make sure you are using this for your personal use and not re-selling – that would make me a sad sad blogger!

Want to try a different style of handwriting and lettering in your planner? Download these free practice guides!

Like these? Check out my round-up of handwriting and lettering practice sheets and my latest serif-style practice sheet.

Share your practice on Instagram or the #RockYourHandwriting Facebook group and tag me or add the hashtag #PrettyPrintsPractice – I’d love to see how you progress! Look for more handwriting guides to come!

Yours,

Jessica

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8 thoughts on “My Handwriting & Lettering Part 1: Script

  1. thank you so much for this roundup! wow. riches for those of us on a tight budget! best Jess

    On Sun, May 8, 2016 at 7:05 AM, Pretty Prints & Paper wrote:

    > PrettyPrintsAndPaper posted: “Hello handwriting and lettering enthusiasts! > Ever since #RockYourHandwriting started a while back I’ve gotten so many > requests to share practice sheets for my handwriting and general admiration > in general, which, honestly, is really strange for me since ” >

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