Hand Lettering Practice Sheets: 9 Ways to Draw an A


Hey, friends! The word on the street is that you all are looking for more practice sheets to help develop your hand lettering skills. I thought it could be fun to try a new approach, so rather than tackling the whole alphabet in a particular font, I decided to focus on one letter and lots of different ways to write it. This practice sheet has nine ways to style the letter “A,” all of which would look great in your lettering projects! Take a look…

Hand Lettering Practice Sheet: A

To use this resource, all you have to do is download the practice sheet, then print it out so you can trace over and write the letters using your favorite 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 you can use anything you like.

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

Download the practice page here.

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

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! See ya there.

 Hand Lettering Practice Sheet: The Letter A

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  1. I need to start practicing again! I got out of practice when we moved and haven’t picked it back up! Thanks so much for all the practice sheets. I have downloaded and printed them all!

  2. Hi Amy,
    Do you have the “The 9 ways to draw letter…” for each letter of the alphabet?


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