Spring Handlettered Blog Hop: Free Bounce Lettering Worksheets!

Hey y’all! I’m so excited about this Spring Handlettered Blog Hop I’m joining today with 10 of my super talented calligrafriends! We’ve all created awesome Spring handlettered freebies or tutorials for you, so make sure you take some time to hop around (get it?) and check out the full lineup of posts at the end! You’ll also want to make sure you enter our giveaway because we’re giving away a FULL SET of Tombow Dual Brush Pens! Today I’m sharing some free bounce lettering worksheets with you guys! *This post contains affiliate links. I receive a small commission when purchases are made from these links. They provide no additional cost to you.

Free bounce lettering worksheets | Download them at www.brittanyluiz.com

Okay, so first things first – if you’re asking yourself “What is bounce lettering?” – I’m here to help! Even if you don’t know the term “bounce lettering,” you’ve probably seen it. It’s that whimsical style of lettering where the letters seem to (you guessed it) bounce around on the page. It’s literally my favorite style of lettering. Ever since I got the hang of it, I have to force myself to letter without bounce because now it just comes so naturally to me. If you want to learn the basics of bounce lettering and start developing your own beautiful, bouncy style, take my Brit+Co class! It’s great for beginners or more advanced letterers, so don’t feel like you can’t do it if you’re just getting started! If you want to learn more about the class, check out this post.

Free bounce lettering worksheets | Download them at www.brittanyluiz.com

Now, on to those freebies y’all! I decided to create free bounce lettering worksheets for you guys because I keep seeing so many questions about them in my lettering group, The Letter Lovelies. (If you haven’t joined yet, do it! It’s free, and awesome, and I’d love to see you in there!) Bounce lettering worksheets are tough to create because the whole idea of bounce lettering is that your letters don’t all align along the baseline. However, I like to teach people to practice on worksheets when they’re learning bounce lettering because most of us learning lettering use worksheets so we’re familiar with them. You’ll use these free bounce lettering worksheets a little bit differently than you use traditional worksheets. I’ve included several grey ghosty versions of the word for you to trace over to get the feel of the bounce, then I’ve left some blank space for you to try it on your own. Don’t put pressure on yourself to replicate the words the exact same way they’re lettered in the examples – have some fun with them and put your own spin on them!

Free bounce lettering worksheets | Download them at www.brittanyluiz.com

The worksheets include the words Spring, flowers and ice cream. When you download them you’ll have one worksheet for each word. I’ve sized the worksheets for small to medium sized pens. My favorite is the Tombow Fudenosuke Calligraphy Pen. It comes in a 2-pack on the Tombow website, so you can try out both the hard and soft tip versions (I’m partial to the hard tip, but love both). Aaannndd, the package artwork was lettered by yours truly! {You can also purchase them individually.} If you plan on lettering directly onto your worksheets, I recommend printing them on HP Premium Choice Laserjet Paper. If you plan to use tracing paper on top, you can print on any type of printer paper (and you won’t have to reprint your sheets over and over – whoop!). If you want to learn more about the papers I recommend for lettering practice, check out this post.

Download the worksheets!

If you share your practice or anything you create after practicing with these worksheets on Instagram, I’d love to see it! Please tag me @brittanyluiz so I can cheer you on in your lettering journey! If you print these worksheets or any others from the hop, be sure to use the hashtag #springhandletteredbloghop.

Already know all there is to know about Bounce Lettering, or you’ve already taken my class? Check out these other awesome Brit+Co lettering classes:

More freebies and tutorials from the blog hop!
Spring Hand Lettering Blog hop- I LOVE all the tutorials and practice sheets!

Left to Right, Top to Bottom:

Spring Hand Lettering Practice Sheet- Lemon Thistle

Bloom Baby Bloom! Watercolor Printable- Inkstruck Studio

Spring Decorative Floral Lettering Tutorial- Dawn Nicole Designs

Keep Growing Tall Hand Lettered Art Tutorial – Fox & Hazel

Oopsy Daisy Hand Lettered Printable – Persia Lou

Spring Has Sprung Printable Practice Sheet – Liz on Call

Hello Spring Wreath Printable – One Artsy Mama

Hello Spring Watercolor Printable – Here Comes The Sun

Spring Brush Lettering Practice Sheets for Small Pens – Brittany Luiz

He Has Risen Hand Lettered Easter Practice Sheet – Printable Crush

Hoppy Easter Printable Coloring Sheet – One Project Closer

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24 thoughts on “Spring Handlettered Blog Hop: Free Bounce Lettering Worksheets!

  1. This is fantastic, thank you!!!
    This spring I am looking forward to the time change and having the sun out longer!!

  2. thank you so much for the practice opportunites! i am looking forward to my girls killing it on the softball field this spring!

  3. I’m just looking forward to spring, whenever it pokes its head out! We love in Wyoming, which means winter will stick around for another 2 months (at least). I love it here, but I’m definitely ready for some fresh air and sunshine!

  4. Great worksheets! I can’t wait for the flowers to start to bloom and for my kids to be able to play outside again!! Cabin Fever is real, ya’ll.

  5. So great! I’m looking forward to hiking with my new baby in the warmer weather! And for the snow to melt!

  6. Thanks for making g the freebies and hosting a giveaway. I love hand lettering. I am a newbie and looking for ways to practice and learn new techniques!!

  7. I am looking forward to starting a new season with a new skill that I have been wanting to try for a long time. Putting pen to paper is my goal and practice practice practice!

  8. Really looking forward to trying out all the mini tutorials. I’m hoping it will help me to get started on my own lettering journey. Thank you so much!

  9. Fun! This spring I’ll be looking forward to spending more time with my family, longer daylight hours (so I can stay up later lettering), and iced coffee everyday!

  10. This is great. Who doesn’t love freebies – especially inea designed to help you get better?
    How can I get included in a circle like this for your next giveaway?

  11. I’m looking forward to finally feel the good weather so I can go out more, take pictures, travel and have some more time to practice calligraphy.

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