Whenever I look through photos hashtagged #thepostmansknock on Instagram, I always feel surprised and pleased at where TPK printables end up! I see people using TPK free printables in the US, Europe, Australia, Central and South America, India, Singapore, The Philippines, and beyond. That — to me — is the coolest thing. The internet really does connect us in a profound way, and I’m proud that the printables on this site help so many different people to stretch their creativity!
For today’s post, I thought I’d offer a little roundup of the top 10 free printables here on the TPK website! These are the free printables that have been downloaded the most:
The Basic Brush Pen Calligraphy Worksheet is the #1 most downloaded free printable on the TPK blog! It’s also the printable I see people using the most on Instagram. The worksheet was created to supplement the Free Brush Pen Calligraphy Worksheet blog post, where you’ll find more information about using brush pens for calligraphy.
2. Standard Calligraphy Worksheets
For every premium TPK calligraphy worksheet set, there’s a very basic 1-2 page version! I am grouping all of the standard calligraphy worksheets below this paragraph. Note, however, that they are all relatively different based on the calligraphy style and when they were created. No matter which templates you download, it’s best to print them on 32# laserjet paper, which works beautifully with dip pen calligraphy!
George Style Lettering is one of my favorite ways to write, and I see people doing really fun things with it on Instagram! It’s a great geometric block lettering style to mix and match with calligraphy. You can learn more about George Style Lettering in this blog post, or you can go ahead and download the free exemplar by clicking here.
The Simple Flourish Worksheet gives you some flourish practice and tips! Be sure to print it out on 32# laserjet paper or another printer paper that can accommodate a dip pen and ink. The worksheet was created to accompany the Calligraphy Flourishing for Beginners post.
I hand-drew and hand-calligraphed the elements on the Printable Illustrated Menu Planner to make it perfect for your kitchen! It’s a design that marries elegance and function to keep your weekly meal planning on track. You can read more about the process behind making it in this blog post.
If you keep your goals in sight, they are easier to remember and — as a result — easier to achieve! This pretty printable goal list makes it appealing to proudly display your goals. You can learn more about the process behind making this printable and some tips for goal-making in this blog post!
I love this grown-up “Parfum et Fleurs” printable, which would look beautiful framed in any powder room! Please feel free to pick your own color scheme; you’ll be amazed at how different this artwork can look based on the colors. For example, take a look at my bold, colorful rendition above, then check out the more muted and demure version by @delxsee on Instagram. I think I like hers better, actually! You can read tips about coloring and learn more about the creation of this printable in this blog post.
If you’re wondering what on earth you would use this for, look no further than this blog post! This printable armoire template can pave the way for some really amazing cards — just in time for the holiday season.
This free printable artwork was originally created to accompany the Herbal Watercolor Tutorial. It will look fantastic in your kitchen!
If you’re looking to master a simple lettering style, then the Morgan Lettering Exemplar is for you! You can read more about Morgan Style lettering in this blog post.
I’m sure that you have seen a few of these free printables before on the TPK website, but I hope that this post helped you to find more! For a complete overview of TPK Freebies, you can check out the Freebies from the TPK Blog board on Pinterest.
Thanks so much for reading TPK, and have a great weekend!
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