Get 30 April Hand Lettering Prompts plus a FREE practice sheet in this blog series to improve your hand lettering skills. Plus, learn how you can get 30 days of APRIL lettering worksheets!
If you are new here every month, I’ll give you a prompt for each day of the month, plus a free printable hand lettering worksheet. You’ll also get one free worksheet for April…just click on the pink Download button at the bottom of this post! These April Hand Lettering Prompts are all about Easter, Spring, Flowers, and Rain!!
You can also get all the worksheets (30 days worth, plus 3 BONUS practice sheets) in my shop.
I’ve also included a video so you can see how I letter the April worksheets and the bonus sheets. This is sped up about 5 times normal speed, so you can get an idea of how slow I go when I letter. Don’t rush yourself, especially if you’re just starting out.
Brush Pens Used
- Tombow Fudenosuke
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen #373 (Turquoise)
- Ecoline Brush Pen #507 (Purple)
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen #725 (Pink)
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen # 243 (Mint)
April Hand Lettering Prompts
- Happy Easter
- Smile, it’s Spring!
- April showers
- Green Grass
- Spring is in the air
- Beauty is all around
- Mud Puddles
- One Cool Chick
- Let love grow
- No Rain, No Flowers
- Rain boots
- Happy Earth Day
- Watering Can
- Let it grow
- Sweet pea
- Spring showers, may flowers
If you’re a beginner, make sure you check out my favorite brush pens for beginners and if you’re wanting more guidance, you’ll also like my beginner hand lettering worksheets. For these practice sheets, the Tombow Fudenosuke for the top and bottom words, and a Dual Brush Pen for the middle. If you’re unsure, start out with the Beginner Lettering Set, which includes bot pens.
In case you missed them, here are the previous lettering prompts. The absolute best way to get better at hand lettering is to practice daily. Make sure you try different styles because you never know what technique will work for you until you try it.
Need more lettering prompts and worksheets? You can get caught up by going to my Monthly Lettering Prompts page. I’ll update it monthly with all the new prompts and worksheets!
FREE April Worksheet