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Alphabet Basic Stroke Building Practice Sheet | Lowercase Alphabet | Calligraphy Guide | Brush Lettering Tutorial

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Alphabet Basic Stroke Building Practice Sheet | Lowercase Alphabet | Calligraphy Guide | Brush Lettering Tutorial

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  • Handmade item
  • Craft type: Calligraphy
  • Instant Digital Download: 2 PDF included
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Each letter of the alphabet is built using multiple strokes. It’s SO important to practice those basic strokes until you have them down. The more you are comfortable with the basic strokes, the more you’ll be able to create the beautiful letters you’re hoping for.

If there’s a letter that you hate- break it into it’s basic strokes and focus on each piece of the letter. Then, bring it back together and practice that letter!

Here's a PDF worksheet to help you do just that!
*You will not be shipped anything!*

You'll receive TWO worksheets!
-Color - each letter is in a different color
-Black & White - to save on printer ink
Print it out and use it to practice your basic strokes!

How do I use it?
Grab a Rhodia Notepad & copy over the letters with your favorite brush pen or a Crayola marker!
For suggested pens/paper, go to: lysstylerletters.com/materials

This page is NOT a part of the Brush Calligraphy Guide, but was created separately due to high interest from people in the Beginner Brush Lettering Facebook Group.
(Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/beginnerbrushletteringkit )

Looking for a full practice guide? Check out my 40 page Brush Calligraphy book here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/557626682/brush-calligraphy-guide-part-one

Questions? Send me a message!
Each letter of the alphabet is built using multiple strokes. It’s SO important to practice those basic strokes until you have them down. The more you are comfortable with the basic strokes, the more you’ll be able to create the beautiful letters you’re hoping for.

If there’s a letter that you hate- break it into it’s basic strokes and focus on each piece of the letter. Then, bring it back together and practice that letter!

Here's a PDF worksheet to help you do just that!
*You will not be shipped anything!*

You'll receive TWO worksheets!
-Color - each letter is in a different color
-Black & White - to save on printer ink
Print it out and use it to practice your basic strokes!

How do I use it?
Grab a Rhodia Notepad & copy over the letters with your favorite brush pen or a Crayola marker!
For suggested pens/paper, go to: lysstylerletters.com/materials

This page is NOT a part of the Brush Calligraphy Guide, but was created separately due to high interest from people in the Beginner Brush Lettering Facebook Group.
(Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/beginnerbrushletteringkit )

Looking for a full practice guide? Check out my 40 page Brush Calligraphy book here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/557626682/brush-calligraphy-guide-part-one

Questions? Send me a message!

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