If you have been following me on Instagram, then you might have seen a sudden influx of lettering pictures.  Recently I purchased a graph paper Moleskine (it’s amazing!), and have spent a good chunk of my free time practicing hand lettering.  Now, I know I’m not that great, but practice makes perfect. Right?  Also, I have a Letting Pinterest board that I use for inspiration, if you would like to join along, feel free to check it out!

Tools:

Moleskine

Micron Pens

If you are interested in lettering, let me know in the comments!  I always love seeing other people’s work!

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7 Responses to Hand Lettering Practice #1

  1. Just found your blog via Bloglovin and I LUV it, following for sure!

  2. [...] · In Read 1.  The Little Book of Lettering by Emily Gregory- As you might know, I am a huge lettering fan girl, so this book, filled with so much inspiration, is absolutely wonderful to read over and [...]

  3. [...] I thought I would update you all with my hand lettering practice.  I am really enjoying it, and find it to be very therapeutic.   I still have a long way to go, and I have a terrible shaky hand issue to fix, but besides that, I’m pretty pleased!  If you would like to see practice #1, click here. [...]

  4. Ana says:

    I’ve been following your blog for sometime but it’s the first time I comment. :)
    I love lettering and would love to start praticising – do you have any advise for starters? specially for the ones like me, who don’t have a single clue about it?
    Thanks and keep up showing us your work. It’s great!

    • lexy says:

      Yay for another lettering friend! I think the best advice I can give is just practice, practice, practice. I use my Pinterest board for inspiration, and started by simply copying some of my pins. The more I practiced, the more I started having my own style and ideas, and I can’t wait to see where it goes from there! I hope that helps a little :)

  5. Ana says:

    Great! I’ll try that! Thanks!

  6. [...] take more than a month or so to fix!  If you would like to see more click on over for practices #1 and [...]

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