Get 30 September Hand Lettering Prompts plus a FREE practice sheet in this new blog series to improve your hand lettering skills!
Yes, I realize it’s 8 days into September, but I didn’t want you to miss out on these lettering prompts! This will be a monthly series, and I couldn’t wait until October to start! Every month, I’ll give you a prompt for each day, plus a free printable hand lettering worksheet. Printables for the September Hand Lettering Prompts are at the bottom of this post. Just click on the pink Download button! This month, of course, is about all things fall and motivational. Even though it’s still 100 degrees in Arizona, I can dream it’s sweater weather. I’ll just turn up my AC and letter about leaves and apple cider.
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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. And yes, I know September is capitalized. Lowercase is just easier to start out with 😉
September Hand Lettering Prompts:
- Crisp Air
- Happy Thoughts
- Apple Cider
- Happy Fall Y’all
- Look for the good
- Pumpkin patches
- Dream big
- Be happy
- Hay rides
- Shine Bright
- Do what you love
- Pumpkin Spice
- Family & Friends
- You can
And, this is also a little preview of something I’ll be sharing in a couple months. Can you guess what it is??? I’m so incredibly excited about it, but it’s labor intensive so be patient with me…but I swear once it becomes available, you’re all going to go crazy for it!!
Download the FREE Printable Hand Lettering Practice Sheet:
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