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4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal (and free ribbon font practice sheets)

We know how tricky it can be to find more fonts to add to your journal to make cute headers or titles, especially those that are fun and easy to try! So We’ve taken the tricky out for you to help you make some cuteness for your journal! The practice sheets are at the end, so bear with! Lets get started!

Font #1 Mystic

A cute rustic type font that is easy to try and creates almost a magical or mystic feel to the headings

 4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets

Font #2 Simple and effective

Here we have taken basic letters and added a parallel line to create emphasis. Take this one to the next level by creating an ombre effect or using lines or dots to color in the side.

 4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets

Font #3 Bold

In this font we have use a ruler and a circle maker to create the aspects of the font.

Step 1: Draw 3 lines, this will guide where the center of the letters will sit

Step 2 ,3 and 4: Draw the outlines of your letters using your ruler and circle stencil

Step 5: Fill in the lines with pen

Step 6: Color in the lines

You can easily take this one to the next level by not coloring in the lines, or adding additional flourishes

We also added flowers and ombre to make it really pretty.

You could also use one single letter as a stand out for a date or month

 4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets  4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets  4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets

Font #4: Ribbon Font

This one is a little more tricky than the others and could take some practice! Thats ok!

Step 1: start with 2 lines on the top and 2 lines on the bottom

Step 2: Draw your letter using calligraphy; as with our previous lettering “how to” on calligraphy, create a “shadow effect on the down strokes.

Step 3: Now create another parallel line on the upstrokes.

Step 4: Color the upstrokes in a dark color and use a corresponding light color for the down strokes, this will give you the impression of a winding ribbon

 4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets  4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets  4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets

Finally pulling them all together

Seeing them all together in titles hopefully will give you some inspiration to try it yourself!

Here is the free printable for the ribbon fonts as promised!

See you again soon!

Nicola

 4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets  4 New Lettering Styles for your Bullet Journal and fonts practice sheets

Nicola Knobel

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Hi Lovely! My name is Nicola and I am the face behind My Inner Creative. I am a die hard (obsessed) bullet journalist, and a over excited creative. Please note that some of our posts contain affiliate links, this means that at absolutely no additional cost to you, I can make a small comission from your purchase. You can read more about that, and me over at my "About page"
 
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