Free Names of the Months Brush Calligraphy Practice Sheet

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name of the months brush calligraphy practice sheet

Free Names of the Months Brush Calligraphy Practice Sheet

Download this FREE names of the months brush calligraphy practice sheet to improve your brush calligraphy skills. This is great practice if you keep a bullet journal or planner and need to write months of the year.

The practice sheet comes in a digital Procreate version and printable PDF. The worksheet works best for small brush pens, such as the Tombow Fudenosuke.

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RECOMMENDED TOOLS

  • HP Premium24 Printer PaperHighly Recommended. Really smooth copy paper at a great price that works for any printer/copier. You need smooth paper so your pens don’t fray and it will help them last longer. I get the 24lb paper for practicing (32lb is available and is usually used for ‘final’ work).
  • Tracing paper – I recommend tracing paper if you don’t have really smooth copy paper (this will keep your brush pens from fraying!). You also won’t have to print out the worksheets more than once if you practice on tracing paper.
  • Tombow Fudenosuke Pen or colored Fudenosuke (so fun!)I HIGHLY recommend you first start out with these. These pens are VERY beginner-friendly and great to use for brush calligraphy & lettering.
  • Tombow Dual Brush Pens – These colorful pens are also great for brush lettering/calligraphy, but more difficult to control than the Fudenosuke pens.
  • Calligraphy Straight Pen Set – If you want a more traditional calligraphy pen, this is a great beginner set that comes with a pen holder and 6 different sized nibs.
  • India Ink – Good basic ink for starters.
  • Pen Cleaner – It’s a good idea to clean your calligraphy dip pens after each use.


Download Practice Sheet:

Note: If you’re not able to download and open the Procreate file using your iPad (make sure to use Safari to try downloading first), you will have to first download the file on a computer and email the file to yourself or save to a Cloud service, such as iCloud Drive or Dropbox, and then import it to Procreate using your iPad. 

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