Hello Spring Practice Pages & Printable {plus a giveaway!}

Friends, can you feel it? Spring is in the air! It may not officially be here yet, but a girl can dream, right? Today, I’m joining forces with some other lettering artists and bloggers to share printables, practice pages and tutorials that are perfect for this time of year. I created a pretty little floral design to help welcome spring. You can make your own version, use my floral background and do your own lettering, or just print out my entire design. Sound good? Let’s get started!

Hello Spring Printable

I wanted to make this project something anyone and everyone could enjoy, so if hand lettering isn’t your thing, you may want to go with the simple printable option. Just download my design to your computer, then print it out as an 8×10 on your choice of paper or cardstock. Pop it in a frame and it’s ready for display.

Hello Spring Hand Lettered Printable


If you want to try your hand {literally} at lettering the phrase yourself, here is practice page you can download and print! I combined a simple uppercase print, “HELLO,” with the word, “Spring,” written in brush script. If you’re new to lettering, you may want to start out with faux calligraphy to get the brush script style. Or, you can challenge yourself and work on mastering your brush technique. Either way, you can use this printable page to help you practice. Trace over my words using your favorite markers and pens, then use the empty guidelines to try writing them on your own. You can also upload this page into the Procreate app on your iPad Pro if you’d like to practice digitally.

Once you’ve gotten the hang of writing the phrase, just save the floral wreath image to your computer, print it out, and then letter inside to create a more personal finished project! It’ll be like you and I worked together to make it. Isn’t it fun to collaborate?

Hand Drawn Floral Wreath

The final option is to use my design as a springboard for creating a masterpiece that’s all your own. To create the wreath, just trace a circular object with a pencil, then use that as a guide for drawing several round green vines. Then, add in some leaves and flowers in your favorite springtime colors! Be sure to check out my tutorial for simple flowers if you need inspiration. I created mine on the iPad Pro, but colored markers will work just as well.

Hand Lettered Printable for Spring

What do you think? Is this something you’ll use to welcome the warmer weather?

Download Practice Page

Download Wreath Background

Download 8×10 Printable

No matter which of the three options you choose, I’d love to see this design on display in your home! Share your photos with us in the Amy Latta & Friends Facebook group, along with your other fun seasonal projects. See you there!

This is just one of 11 awesome spring hand lettered printables and practice sheets shared today in the Spring Hand Lettered Blog Hop- take some time and hop around to check them all out! If you print any out to use, be sure to tag us on social media #springhandletteredbloghop

Spring Hand Lettering Blog hop- I LOVE all the tutorials and practice sheets!

Left to Right, Top to Bottom:

Spring Hand Lettering Practice Sheet- Lemon Thistle

Bloom Baby Bloom! Watercolor Printable- Inkstruck Studio

Spring Decorative Floral Lettering Tutorial- Dawn Nicole Designs

Keep Growing Tall Hand Lettered Art Tutorial – Fox & Hazel

Oopsy Daisy Hand Lettered Printable – Persia Lou

Spring Has Sprung Printable Practice Sheet – Liz on Call

Hello Spring Wreath Printable – One Artsy Mama

Hello Spring Watercolor Printable – Here Comes The Sun

Spring Brush Lettering Practice Sheets for Small Pens – Brittany Luiz

He Has Risen Hand Lettered Easter Practice Sheet – Printable Crush

Hoppy Easter Printable Coloring Sheet – One Project Closer

And, be sure to enter below to win one of two fabulous prizes you’re sure to love…

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  1. I’m looking forward to March Madness because my school (Northwestern) is likely going to be in the tournament for the first time ever!!

  2. I can’t wait for my flowers to start blooming this spring! I am ready for some color in my yard again 🙂 Thanks for the great giveaway!

  3. I’m looking forward toward the snow going away and all the pretty flowers coming up. Also, I also am looking forward to my husband’s birthday.

  4. 1. I have been dying to get more Tombow pens.
    2. I absolutely love the spring prints. I am so ready for spring!

  5. I’m excited to start practicing with your printable practice sheets this spring! I am new to lettering and this is so helpful and awesome! Thank you so much for sharing your techniques!

  6. I’m up here in Montana, where Spring seems to pass by in a blur some years. We are hopefully this year! I keep the decor bright & flowery in my studio, regardless of what it looks like outside. I have gorgeous daffodils that grow outside my studio windows. Love them!

  7. I’m excited for my birthday and to see all of the beautiful flowers and floral designs with hand-lettering!

  8. sunshine. We’ve had only 3 days of sunshine (non-cloudy days) here in Seattle since October! That is a record even for us!

  9. Looking forward to some warm, spring weather. Such a great project to get us in a spring mood. Thank you for the inspiration and giveaway.

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