Free Brush Lettering Practice Sheets: Uppercase Alphabet

Friends, thank you for the overwhelming positive response you’ve been giving for my lowercase alphabet brush lettering practice sheets! Many of you have been asking for a follow-up set, the uppercase alphabet. So, here you go…let’s practice those capital ABCs, brush-style.


Brush Alphabet Practice Sheets: Uppercase Alphabet

As with the lowercase version, there are two great ways you can use these practice pages.


The Tombow Fudenosuke is ideal to use on these pages, b the size of the tip is a perfect match for the examples. If you like, though, you can also fill a row using a Dual Brush Pen to give you practice with two different kinds and sizes of pens.


If you’re lucky enough to have an iPad Pro and like to make your lettering digital, just open each page in Procreate, then use your Apple Pencil to trace over the examples and write your own. The best part about this is that you can always erase and reuse the practice sheets as many times as you like! The particular brush I use is called Light Calligraphy and is available on Creative Market.

Brush Lettering Practice: Uppercase Alphabet

Ready to get started?

Download the Practice Sheets here!

There are six pages, each containing 4-5 letters of the alphabet, so make sure to save and print them all. I hope these are helpful and fun for you as you continue your lettering journey! Don’t forget to grab the lowercase alphabet practice sheets too, if you haven’t already.

Brush Alphabet Practice Sheets

Be sure to check out my step by step guide to basic brush lettering technique for full instructions on this style of lettering, and don’t forget, you can also preorder my 208 page interactive workbook, Hand Lettering for Relaxation, which will be released July 11, 2017! Happy lettering, friends!

Free Brush Lettering Uppercase Alphabet Practice Sheets

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  1. I’m so excited! I read your blog yesterday and ordered my Tombow brush pens! They will be here today and I’m so excited to get started. Thank you for feeding my creativity! I’m

  2. Thanks for the awesome printables. I saved them and I am going to check out your post about introducing brush lettering. I want to spend some more time learning about it.

  3. thanks for the printables, but can you tell me instead of tombow pens which all can be used for brush lettering especially for beginners

    1. Pentel makes brush tip pens and so do other companies. I’m not as familiar with those, but anything with a brush tip will work.

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  6. Are those practice sheet (brush lettering) in your book or I should print them from here? Also is there a page you show the stroke..Like were do I start the letter, were I need to lift the pen..

    1. The book has practice space, but not practice pages; you’ll want to print these if that’s what you’re looking for! 🙂

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  8. I just got my Tombow brush pens yesterday. Now what I need to do is just practice! Thank you so much for files, Amy! Hope you have a great day!

  9. Just downloaded your lettering guide sheets, Amy–Thanks SO much for these!!! Looking forward to practicing and lettering greeting cards to encourage friends 🙂

  10. I’ve been using your beginner’s posts to practice, so good! But wondering, does it matter what kind of paper I letter on? I read somewhere else about not using regular printing paper because it will damage the brush pens – is that true?

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