Practice your calligraphy pen and brush pen skills with these FREE Holly Jolly Christmas Calligraphy Practice Sheets. Includes four calligraphy styles!
You know I can’t let Christmas fly by without creating a lettering worksheet, right? My daughter was telling me that this was her favorite Christmas song, so I HAD to create these FREE Holly Jolly Christmas Calligraphy Worksheets.
The lines on these are smaller than other worksheets, so it’s best to use these with a Tombow Fudenosuke or Calligraphy Pen. These will help you with your daily practice, but if you need more instruction, check out my NEW!!! Casual Calligraphy Course for Beginners!
I’m so excited to introduce this, guys. You’ll learn how to use a brush pen, like the Tombow Fudenosuke and a Calligraphy Pen, how to write out the ABC’s, how to do bounce calligraphy, then how to use all those techniques to discover your own personal style.
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The workbook also includes over a hundred pages of practice sheets, like this Christmas Calligraphy Practice Sheet and the Calligraphy Template I also posted today. I mean, I like to try things out before I invest in them, too…so if you like these, you will LOVE my new course.
I’ve also provided a blank page for you to try out your own style. It’s one of the main things I go over in my course, and something I have been working on since I posted my Modern Calligraphy Worksheets. I love all calligraphy styles, but I’m naturally better at some techniques (and not so better at others). I want you to be able to create in a style that works for YOU – so I’ve made all the worksheets so you can experiment with your own look. It definitely goes into depth with the right techniques to use, but I am also a big proponent of breaking the rules a little bit. Like…coloring outside the line breaking the rules…not robbing a bank or anything.