March Mindful Lettering Challenge
*** UPDATE: *** The challenge is officially underway!! So when you sign up now, you will start receiving daily emails the following day. (There will be links to the prior days' videos and worksheets in every email, so you won't miss anything!)
Thank you for joining me! I'm so excited that you want to participate in this 10-day March Mindfulness Lettering Challenge.
To sign up for each day's free lettering printable and videos, please complete the form below:
If you sign up, each day of the challenge I will email you a link to a video of me lettering that day's word along with a free printable download of the finished word so you can print it out and trace it or use it however you like!
Are you looking forward to lettering with me?
I know it can be hard to take that time for yourself so I hope this challenge encourages you to take a few minutes to just relax and create and enjoy the process.
Remember - there's no competition here! Go easy on yourself. You don't need to create perfect lettering or even participate every day to see the benefits of mindful lettering.
If you want get a head start, I recommend my Guide to Mindful Lettering Bundle:
I'll be using this workbook throughout the challenge (you won't need it to participate but it will give you more ways to practice!)
It also comes with my 3 favorite brush pens, a zippered pen pouch and a full pad of my favorite lettering tracing paper.
These are all awesome tools to help you make the most of this upcoming challenge and to keep it going on your own after the 10 days are up!
Here's a peek inside the book: see how it can help you get the hang of using a brush pen? These pen drills are a huge help when you are just getting started with lettering.
Shop The Guide to Mindful Lettering Bundle Here.
And I can't wait to start the March Mindfulness Lettering Challenge with you!
Be sure to follow me on Instagram for any live updates starting March 1st (but don't worry if you miss anything - I'll make sure to email the links to you!)
Here's to a little less madness and a little more mindfulness this March.