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5 Ways To Letter February

Learn how to letter February in modern calligraphy and get lettering ideas for your bullet journal or planner!

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5 WAYS TO LETTER FEBRUARY

Wowza! Where did January go?

I know for some January has been the longest month ever, but for me, I was telling friends Happy New Year, and now it’s almost February. Haha!

You can find the 5 Ways to Letter the Months of the Year Worksheets here.

I love creating these worksheets. It has been so much fun to practice and see you practicing along with me. Comment on the video and let me know which other worksheets you’d like to see!

Watch the 5 Ways to Letter February Video Tutorial

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SUPPLIES I RECOMMEND FOR THIS “5 WAYS TO LETTER FEBRUARY” WORKSHEET

For a complete list of supplies for beginners in brush pen calligraphy, make sure to check this blog post.

HOW TO LETTER FEBRUARY IN 5 DIFFERENT WAYS? 

These are the 5 different styles I’ll show how to letter February in this tutorial:

  1. Faux Calligraphy
  2. Basic Modern Calligraphy Style
  3. Bounce Calligraphy style
  4. Flourished Calligraphy
  5. Block lettering Style.

If you’re new, this idea came after I returned to the bullet journal system.

I wanted to see how all the ways to apply my lettering skills to my bullet journal. Playing around each month with different ways to write the month on my cover page seemed like a fun way to put my lettering skills to use. 

I wanted to help you do the same. That’s why I started creating these worksheets showing you 5 different ways to letter the months of the year.

HOW TO LETTER THE MONTHS OF THE YEAR TUTORIALS

Here are the ones I’ve done: 

5 Ways to Letter February Lettering Practice Sheet Displayed on a clipboard on a flat lay with a rose gold pen, a late, and lavender

You can find all the worksheets from the shop here.

CALLIGRAPHY AND LETTERING PRACTICE TIPS

Here are some practice tips to kickstart your journey:

  1. Patience, Practice, Patience: Seriously, Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither will your calligraphy skills. Take your time, enjoy the process, and embrace the learning curve.
  2. Master the Basics: Before you go all out with fancy flourishes, nail down the fundamentals. Practice those basic strokes religiously—like they’re your calligraphy ABCs. Solid foundations make for stunning masterpieces down the line. Grab a FREE Basic Strokes – Calligraphy Practice Worksheet here.
  3. Consistency is Key: Practice regularly, even if it’s just for a few minutes each day. It’s all about muscle memory, honing those hand movements until they flow like a well-oiled pen. Plus, it’s a great excuse to take a break and unwind!
  4. Study, Adapt, Innovate: Don’t copy others—study various styles, techniques, and fonts. Take what resonates with you and put your spin on it. That’s how new styles are born; you might discover your signature flair!
  5. Embrace Mistakes: they’re all part of the journey. Instead of stressing over perfection, see them as opportunities to learn and improve. Some of the coolest creations emerge from happy accidents, after all!

If you want to dive into Modern Calligraphy and Learn with me, I created a course to help you do that. Learn more about my signature course Confident Calligraphy here.

Other lettering tutorials for February:

Want more creative ways to letter February? Check this blog post with a video tutorial so you can have even more lettering font ideas for your bullet journal or planner:

coquete aesthetic lettering style

So, there you have it! Remember, calligraphy is as much about the journey as the destination. Enjoy every stroke and happy lettering!

Maira Vial, creative CEO behinds Vial Designs

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