Free Brush Lettering Practice Sheets: Lowercase Alphabet

Hey, friends! I’ve been teaching some local hand lettering classes lately, and as I was putting together some resources for the students, I decided to create a nice, new set of brush lettering practice sheets. These sheets are designed specifically to help you master the lowercase Brush Alphabet. I tested them out last night with a great group of women {plus Little Crafter} at a local library, and they were a hit.

Free Brush Lettering Practice Sheets Lowercase Alphabet

Each letter has three examples for you to look at, then some lighter colored examples to trace with your pen so that you can get a feel for how the upstrokes and downstrokes of that letter work. Then, there’s about a row and a half of lined space for you to practice on your own. As always, I believe that practice makes progress, so the more you write a letter, the better you’ll get at it! So, fill those lines…


Brush Lettering Practice Sheets

There are two easy ways you can use these brush lettering practice pages.

1. Download them to your computer, then print and use with brush pens.

The Tombow Fudenosuke is ideal to use on these pages, because 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.

Free Brush Lettering Practice Sheets Lowercase Alphabet

2. Download them on your iPad Pro and open in the Procreate app.

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.

Free Brush Lettering Practice Sheets Lowercase Alphabet

As you get increasingly comfortable with a letter, feel free to use the extra lines to practice embellishments too.

There is no wrong way to use these sheets! The key is just to choose whatever works best for you and get started. Here’s where to grab them:

Download the Brush Lettering Lowercase Alphabet Practice Sheets

Just click the link above and you’ll see all six sheets. Each one has 4-5 of the letters on it, so you’ll need to download all six for the full alphabet.

Brush Lettering Practice Sheets

Hope these help you in your lettering journey!

Want more? Click here to grab practice sheets that will take you through the alphabet one letter at a time.

I also have a companion set of free practice pages for the uppercase brush alphabet too, so you can move on to those next.

Be sure to check out my step by step guide to basic brush lettering technique, and don’t forget, you can also order my 208 page interactive workbook, Hand Lettering for Relaxation! Happy lettering, friends!

Brush Lettering Practice Sheets: Lowercase Brush Alphabet

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing these! They are so helpful. I appreciate that you are willing to support others in their hand-lettering journey.

  2. As I get older in my Golden Years my handwriting is declining. I remember that this how I learned to write. Thank you so much for these wonderful sheets. You are a wise one.

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  4. I have the ipad Pro w/ apple pencil. I also have the Procreate app. I downloaded the practice sheets in my Google Docs account and when i try to open the sheets in Procreate, my app crashes when the file is finished loading. Any ideas what i can do to fix?

  5. These are awesome! Thank you for taking the time to make them and offer them to us! Do you by any chance have a print out of just a blank page with the line on it so we can practice on it?


    1. I just added one to my most recent practice page post…just for you! 😉 You can find it on the Ands and Ampersands post from yesterday, January 3rd.

  6. These are perfect and so, so helpful! Great to get into the right (write!) groove with practicing letter shapes and strokes and being consistent across the alphabet.
    Thank you for this resource!

  7. Hello…question. I’m trying to print these out but they don’t look like the pictures. They are landscape and two pages. Any suggestions?

  8. I used to look at my calligraphy and want to burn it. I always felt so under confident in my artwork, until I started using your calligraphy drills. of course self-confidence in your art requires individual steps – but using your free worksheets was one of the best steps I took. Thank you so much for your tutorials , they’re super helpful. Keep creating and thank you for all that you do.

    1. it seems that the folder is empty 🙁 Or it’s only me who s=do not see the content anymore?
      I used to have it, wanted to reprint new sheets now and whoops nothing inside…

      1. Hi there! Not sure what happened, but I re-uploaded the pages and they should be there for you now. Try again and let me know if you’re able to get them!

  9. Hi Amy, I found that the worksheets above were removed on Google Drive. Is there any other ways I can download the worksheets? Thank you for sharing:)

    1. Hi, Sandy,
      Sorry about that! Not sure how they got deleted, but I have re-uploaded the files and the link should work now. Give it another try and let me know!

        1. My apologies! I’m not sure how these keep getting deleted; I’ve re-uploaded them multiple times in the last few months. I just uploaded again a few minutes ago, so the files should all be there now. Please let me know if you have any trouble getting them!

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