Merry Christmas Hand Lettering Tutorial

Christmas hand lettering with a tree and Pitt Artist Pens

Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a tutorial to create a Christmas word art using Pitt Artist Pens. Use this tutorial to create your own personalized greeting cards, journaling page, Christmas gift, or even art to display in your home.

I have compiled the materials list for you.

Recommended Art Materials:

Goldfaber Graphite Pencil - #114000

Kneadable Art Eraser - Grey - #127220

Pitt Artist Pen® Brush - #112 Leaf Green - #167412

Pitt Artist Pen® Brush - #167 Permanent Green Olive - #167467

Pitt Artist Pen® Brush - #264 Dark Phthalo Green - #167478

Pitt Artist Pen® Brush - #175 Dark Sepia - #167475

Pitt Artist Pen® Brush - #121 Pale Geranium Lake - #167421

Pitt Artist Pen® Metallic - #250 Gold - #167350

Mixed Media paper

Tree sketch with a graphite pencil

Using the Goldfaber Graphite Pencil, lightly draw a Christmas tree shape on the paper.

Christmas tree with a Pitt Artist Pen

Start filling the Christmas tree shape with leaves using Leaf Green 112 Pitt Artist Pen.

 Christmas tree with Pitt Artist Pen

Layer on more leaves with Permanent Green Olive 167 Pitt Artist pen.

Christmas tree with Pitt Artist Pens

Fill in the remaining spaces in the Christmas tree with more leaves using Dark Phthalo Green 264 Pitt Artist Pen. Add the stem with Dark Sepia 175 Pitt Artist Pen.

Christmas tree with Pitt Artist Pens

With Pale Geranium Lake 121 Pitt Artist Pen, add berries or ornaments to the Christmas tree. Add a star to the tree top using Metallic Gold 250 Pitt Artist Pen.

Hand-letter the sentiment ‘Merry Christmas’ with the Pale Geranium Lake 121 and Metallic Gold 250 Pitt Artist Pens to finish.

Merry Christmas! I hope you enjoyed this simple Christmas tree tutorial using Pitt Artist Pens.

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