Practice your hand lettering skills with these FREE Mermaid Hand Lettering Worksheets. You’ll get 3 pages to use with fudenosuke pens, dual brush pens, and mono pens.
They say everything comes in threes…so I’ve been keeping that in mind when I design my lettering worksheets. I love the idea of experimenting with lettering, and I think these Mermaid Hand Lettering Worksheets are perfect for practicing with different lettering and brush pens. I’ve used three of my favorites in this post, but you can find more in my post about the Best Brush Lettering Pens for Beginners.
I also have three different lettered designs for each worksheet. I love how each brush pen creates a unique look. I’m partial to the fudenosuke worksheets myself.
For these lettering exercises, you’ll need:
- Free Printable Mermaid Hand Lettering Worksheets (download link at the bottom of this post, for personal use only)
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen
- Tombow Fudenosuke Pen
- Tombow Monotwin Marker
- Tombow Twintone Markers
- Tombow Colored Pencils
- Marker paper (optional)
- Cricut Brightpad (optional)
Hand Lettering Pens
Each hand lettering practice sheet is labeled with the corresponding marker or pen you would use. The mono practice sheet can be really versatile. You may use the small tip ofDual Brush Pen, the Monotwin Marker, Twintone Markers, or even Colored Pencils. Dawn Nicole Designs has a great tutorial for blending colored pencils, and I think this would look fabulous with a blend of purple, teal, and mint as opposed to the rainbow blend.
Marker Paper and Tracing Ideas
You can draw directly on the hand lettering worksheet or trace over it with marker paper. Marker paper is really light, so you can usually see through it, but if you’re having problems, you may use a light pad like the Cricut BrightPad. I LOVE using mine for lettering, you can see my tutorial on how I used the BrightPad to create hand-lettered SVG files.
Like this? Make sure to hop around and check out the other FIVE mermaid themed hand lettering printables & tutorials below, or check out my Monthly Hand Lettering Challenges.
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