Hand Lettering Practice: 9 Ways to Draw a "B"
Hope you all are excited about the newest set of hand lettering practice sheets! We’re working our way through the alphabet one letter at a time, looking at nine different ways to write each one. Earlier this month, I shared about the letter “a,” now it’s time to play around with “b.” Take a look!

Hand Lettering Practice: 9 Ways to Draw a "B"

All you have to do is download this practice sheet, then print it out so you can trace and write the letters using your favorite pen or marker. These were created using a brush pen, so I recommend a Tombow Fudenosuke, a Pentel Sign Pen with a brush tip, or something similar, but anything will work.

If you want to practice digitally, just save the file and open it on your iPad Pro in the Procreate App. I used my Apple Pencil along with a custom brush calligraphy brush to draw these, so using something similar will give you the best results.

Hand Lettering Practice: 9 Ways to Draw a "B"


Before you know it, you’ll have a variety of “a” ideas to use in your next project! Be sure to check out these other free printable practice pages…

Brush Lettering Lowercase Script

Brush Lettering Uppercase Script

Brush Lettering Lowercase Print

Brush Lettering Uppercase Print

9 Ways to Draw an “A”

I’d love to see how your practice is going and what projects you’re creating using your own lettering…stop by and share them in the Amy Latta & Friends Facebook Group!

Hand Lettering Practice: 9 Ways to Draw a "B"

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  1. I am tickled to run across this! I’ve been wanting to improve my hand lettering and this is perfect! Too many years of teaching elementary school has my handwriting looking very standard and impersonal. Thank you! (new follower too!)

    1. Thrilled to have you here! Lettering is so much fun! I have lots of other free practice sheets too…you can find them under the hand lettering tab on the homepage.

  2. Amy, Thank you for your practice sheets! Will you be going to finish the alphabet? I love trying out all the different styles.

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