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5 Ways To Letter June + Free Lettering Practice Sheet

Learn how to letter June in five different ways. You can also get access to a Free Lettering Practice sheet! I’ll show you how to write June in calligraphy in several ways to help you improve your lettering skills.

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These are the 5 different styles I’ll show how to letter June:

  1. Faux Calligraphy
  2. Basic Morden Calligraphy Style
  3. Bounce Calligraphy style
  4. Flourished Calligraphy
  5. Block lettering Style.
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Calligraphy Practice Tips for Beginners

These tips will make you make the most out of your practice. For more practice tips for beginners, check out this blog post. This other post will be helpful, too.

  1. SUPER IMPORTANT: Slow down! Take your time when you’re practicing your calligraphy. Doing calligraphy is not meant to be fast. Going slow will help you get better letterforms and sharper strokes.
  2. Date your worksheets! This is a great way to see your improvement. Refer back to your older sheets often, especially when you start to get into the comparison trap or think you haven’t improved your calligraphy journey. We are our worst critics! We often forget to give ourselves grace and celebrate our accomplishments, no matter how small.
  3. Use light pressure for the upstrokes (when moving the pen upwards) and heavy pressure for the downstrokes (when moving the pen upwards).
  4. Find a comfortable position and take breaks if you need to.
  5. Lift your pen between each stroke as you’re practicing the letterforms.
  6. Adjust your page and posture from time to time.
  7. Don’t forget to slow down! I know I’ve already said it. Throwing it at ya one more time because I know we tend to forget.

 

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