Freebie: Tattoo Font Download

If you don’t like to add a lot of designs to your page, trying different fonts is a great way to add some flare to your page without going overboard. Today, I want to share a fun font that I have been playing around with on my own time, tattoo style lettering.

As you can see, all you need for this is a notebook and one pen.

Stationery Supplies:

Archer & Olive A5 Dot Grid notebook

uni-ball Unipin fineliners

The grid spacing for this one breaks the page into quarters. This allows for 4 spaces for each page.

12 squares across, 2 squares space, 12 squares across.

18 squares down, 2 squares space, 18 squares down

Once you have each of your boxes for your notes and tasks, you want to leave a little room for your headlines. I left 12 square wide by 3 square tall for my header space. If you dont want to use this exact layout for your own pages, that’s totally cool, then you just want to grab the downloadable below to learn how to make your own letters.

If you want a step by step of this set up, here is the full Plan With Me Video

If you want to get a download of this font to try on your own, you can grab it here:

FREE Tattoo Font PDF

I hope that you enjoy this free printable and trying out a new font style. I’d love to hear what you think about it. Let me know in the comments below!

-Mark Fig

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