Love songs, brush lettering, and hearts for this month’s challenge!
The Better Letters in 15 Challenge is a set of FREE brush lettering projects and worksheets based on the idea that 15 minutes of practice per day will help you improve your lettering! It is something that has worked for me and I wanted to create a fun and easy way to do this.
There’s one big challenge per year and I host mini challenges for the all the other months throughout the year. I really enjoy thinking up and creating each one. The challenge for February might be one of my favorites! :) Here’s a little bit more about it–
I am a HUGE music lover and have always wanted to use lettering to share different songs and artists. Then I thought it’d add more visual interest to use the lettering to create hearts and use both negative and positive space!
If you’d like to join in on this and receive the instructions as well as 3 different heart templates, be sure to sign up for the Better Letters In 15 list to get the emails and links to previous challenges by clicking here:
I’m sharing my newly updated habit tracker, weekly planner sheet, dream jar template, and more in my first newsletter of the year!
Getting things out of my head and down on paper has always helped me feel better, more organized, settled, and focused. I hope these downloads can help you feel the same!
To download this free habit tracker and more, just sign up for my newsletter and you’ll get instant access to the PDF Library! You’ll be able to find this download–and lots more–available there. Use the form below to sign up:
The first Mini Better Letters in 15 Challenge of 2021 is here!
The Better Letters in 15 Challenge is a set of FREE brush lettering worksheets based on the idea that 15 minutes of practice per day will help you improve your lettering! It is something that has worked for me and I wanted to create a fun and easy way to do this.
I started off with one big challenge per year then began creating monthly mini challenges so that we can continue to get lettering practice and inspiration, even when the big challenges aren’t happening.
I thought we could ease into 2021 with a challenge to help us reflect, set intentions, and dabble in different lettering styles: we will be choosing a word for the year and lettering it 5 different ways!
If you’d like to join in on this, be sure to sign up for the Better Letters In 15 list to get the emails and links to previous challenges by clicking here:
After picking a word that speaks to you, we will be lettering 4 different versions of it. Worksheets and directions are provided to walk you through the steps. This month’s PDFs include:
– Challenge checklist – Bounce variation worksheet and example – Spacing variation worksheet and example – Print variations worksheet and examples – Final worksheet to letter your word in the 5 different ways we go over
My word is “fearless” and you’ll be seeing me use that in the examples in the worksheets. Here’s a peek at what they look like:
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Besides candy and chocolate, another treat that I personally always welcome and think makes a great gift are beverages! Wine, cider, beer for those who drink and sparkling cider and fancy juices for non-drinkers and little ones.
I was really excited to try making some Halloween printable bottle tags and here it is! I hope it can help you celebrate this holiday season and encourage everyone to safely spread some Halloween cheer while eating, drinking, and being scary 👻 Just download, print, cut out, and put it on your bottle of choice!
The PDFs come with 2 tags per page with markings that indicate where you should fold. Use pencil to extend the line onto the tag before cutting out. You can score the line for easy folding or if you don’t have those tools, folding it regularly works just fine too! I cut a slit into the tag to make it easier to cut out the circle (see photo below).
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Halloween is almost here! Even though we will be celebrating differently this year, I personally am still really looking forward to it–especially dressing up with Valentine! 🎃
For this month’s free PDFs, I wanted to help you send some sweet treats to family, friends, and neighbors–I’ve designed 2 different “You’ve Been Booed!” cards that you can add to your goody bags!
Last year was the first time I was ever booed and even heard of such a thing! If you don’t know what booing someone is, it’s basically leaving Halloween treats on a neighbor or loved one’s doorstep as a fun surprise. I think it’s such an easy, thoughtful, and safe way to celebrate the holiday.
Download the PDFs then print and cut them out and they are ready to use! I recommend printing on heavyweight white, kraft, or colored cardstock. (If you print them out on white cardstock, you can have little ones help color and decorate them!)
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The first newsletter of the month always includes your freebie PDF and the download for September was sent out earlier this month!
The September PDF is the 2020 Autumn List Template–use it to create a fun to-do list for the season in an interesting format! These list layouts are inspired by lettering layouts that combine different fonts and text on one page. You can fill it out regularly or play around with writing in cursive and print or try out different fonts whether it’s a block or bubble style or brush lettering! Take a look at finished list over on my blog.
Each template is 5″x7″ and each PDF comes with 2 on the sheet–fill one out and send the other to a friend or share it with a family member or roomie. You can keep each other accountability or use this as a reminder of some of the things you want to do together. It’s also a fun project for kids and teens!
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Each month I send out 2-3 newsletters: one with the month’s free download, another with give back, shop, and product updates, and the last one with the time capsule letter PDFs and shares (links, articles, etc.) for the month.