Hey friends! 🙂 Ever since I posted DIY Painted Wood Signs – Without Using Stencils! and Free Printable Letters To Make A Farmhouse Sign! I’ve gotten a ton of requests to make traceables of all the letters in the alphabet.
Do you need lowercase letters? Here you go: Free Printable & Traceable Letters for Making Farmhouse Style Signs – Lowercase Letters
Numbers and punctuation? I gotcha covered: Free Printable & Traceable Letters for Making Farmhouse Style Signs – Numbers & Punctuation
You can find the directions on how to use these printables to make signs here: DIY Painted Wood Signs – Without Using Stencils!
The links below are for PDF files of traceable letters Baskerville Old Face font, which is what I used to make all the signs pictured, and is 600pt in size. To download the files, click on the link of the font size desired to open the PDF file, and then save the file to your computer.
Baskerville Old Face 600pt A
Baskerville Old Face 600pt B
Baskerville Old Face 600pt C
Baskerville Old Face 600pt D
Baskerville Old Face 600pt E
Baskerville Old Face 600pt F
Baskerville Old Face 600pt G
Baskerville Old Face 600pt H
Baskerville Old Face 600pt I
Baskerville Old Face 600pt J
Baskerville Old Face 600pt K
Baskerville Old Face 600pt L
Baskerville Old Face 600pt M
Baskerville Old Face 600pt N
Baskerville Old Face 600pt O
Baskerville Old Face 600pt P
Baskerville Old Face 600pt Q
Baskerville Old Face 600pt R
Baskerville Old Face 600pt S
Baskerville Old Face 600pt T
Baskerville Old Face 600pt U
Baskerville Old Face 600pt V
Baskerville Old Face 600pt W
Baskerville Old Face 600pt X
Baskerville Old Face 600pt Y
Baskerville Old Face 600pt Z
I hope you enjoy using these letters to make signs as much as I did! If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the comments section below!
Liz Duncan says
Love these letters.
Thank you Liz! 🙂
How do I make them smaller?
Hi Lasey! Adjust your printer settings to print them out smaller.
christine cooke says
Thank you so much!
You’re welcome Christine! 🙂
You’re welcome Karen! 🙂
Love these letters.. would you be willing to add another symbol..
Hi Candace! I will do that! 🙂
Thank you so much!!
You’re welcome Pam! 🙂
Cindy Logan says
You’re welcome Cindy! 🙂
Charlene Asay says
Thank you for sharing this. I want to make a FarmHouse sign for sure. I hope that you will join us at Family Joy Blog Link Up Party this week. Check us out http://thinking-outside-the-pot.com/?p=3499
Thanks Charlene! I’ll be sure to swing by! 🙂
Lila Crotwell says
thank you so much for sharing this!!!
You’re very welcome Lila!
hi michelle can you recommend a way to make lettering numbers smaller?
Hi Teresa, the only way I can think of that would work well is to make your own following the directions here: http://www.thepaintedhinge.com/2017/03/27/traceable-letters-making-signs-letters-numbers-punctuation/
I hope this helps! 🙂
thanks so much 🙂
Larry Shriver says
If you have a KINKOS , OFFICE MAX, or other places that do printing for customers; they can increase or decrease the size to whatever you want. I have gone to Kinkos and had them print woodworking plans 400 percent larger than the original. Makes it a lot easier than working with 1-incg squares and trying to arrive at the size I needed.
Awesome! Thank you for sharing! 🙂
You’re very welcome Brittany! 🙂
Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!
You’re very welcome Cecilia – thank you for hosting! 🙂
Do you have letters for .. always kiss me goodnight ?
I’m so computer illiterate I know how to print them but I don’t think I can figure out how to make them I love the letters thank you very much !
Hi Sheila! The entire alphabet is here, so you can download whatever letters you need! 🙂
Does 1 letter fit on a standard size sheet of computer paper?
Thanks so much!
Hi Jessica! Yes, it does. 🙂
What about a zero? 🙂
LOL I can’t believe I forgot to include a zero! But I was going a little crosseyed making all the printables 🙂 I made a zero and included it in the post. Thanks for catching it!
Dee Bell says
Thank you sooooooo much for the free letters! Thanks for sharing your projects too. They inspire me to get busy.?
You’re very welcome Dee! 🙂
Thank you so much Michelle for all the printables.
You’re very welcome DeAnna! 🙂
Julie Pagliuco says
Would you be able to make the FARMHOUSE letters 400pt or 500 pt. I have a piece of wood that is not long enough, so I believe the size of the font has to be a little smaller.
Hi Julie! When you go to print the letters, set your printer to print them smaller (like 80%). You might have to print a couple test ones to get the size you want, but once you do you’ll be good to go! 🙂
Julie Pagliuco says
Thank you! Also, I followed your steps on Word to make the letters as well with different fonts.
Awesome! 🙂 I’m happy you were able to use the directions to make the fonts and sizes you needed.
Sure would love some lower case letters….hint, hint
LOL hint taken 🙂 Look for them as a new blog post over the next couple of weeks. Thanks for your suggestion!
Ive been wanting to make a sign for our family room that reads
lets stay home but was so afraid of getting the letters right, so thank you very much for these, I’ve already printed them out and plan to start on it tomorrow!
You’re very welcome Joyce! 🙂 I’m happy you found these useful!
jan g says
Michelle thank you so much for sharing your wonderful signs; I have been using this technique to transfer letters as I don’t have the funds/room for another machine. What I have done was downloaded a 1″ graph paper pattern, print off what I need and then print my letters directly onto the graph paper; this allows me to line up my letters more easily especially when working on boards. Love the sleepytime – getting my first grandkids in feb – twins, and thinking would be darling in their room. Again thanks so much for sharing your work
You’re very welcome Jan – I’m happy you found these useful! And thanks for sharing how you used graph paper to line up the letters – great idea! 🙂
Thank you so much for this! Do you have lower letters to match?
Hi Lauren! Not as of yet, but I plan on making some soon! 🙂
So sweet of you to do this! I can upload fonts and resize and print but was stumped about how to print just the outline so I didn’t waste a ton of ink!! Thank you SO much! Will use your instructions to try to do different fonts as well, but LOVE the Baskerville farmhouse-looking font. Awesome!?
You’re very welcome Melissa! 🙂 I’m happy you found my directions useful!
Hi! I just stumbled on your site, wow!! Thank you for all the freebies, so crazy generous of you! I just love your blog! Thanks again!
You’re very welcome Kimberly – I’m happy you’re enjoying the freebies! 🙂
Oooo, so excited to find these letters! I was looking around at large alphabet stencils today, and even with a coupon, expensive! I could cut my own, but, bleh. Thanks!
LOL you’re very welcome Carole 🙂 I’m happy you found these useful!
You are an ANGEL!!! Thank you for posting these letters so conveniently printable, no scam, or jumping through hoops to be able to access these! That makes me want to follow you even more!
LOL thenk you Cherilyn! 🙂 I don’t like it when I have to jump though a bunch of hoops to get something that was supposedly “free” either, so I don’t do it to my readers.
Thank You Michelle for posting the letters and making it so easy!!
You’re very welcome Carrie! 🙂
Barbara Barone says
thank you for sharing the letters love them.
You’re very welcome Barbara!
Thankyou so much you’re letters saved me a lot of time!
You’re very welcome Mary! I’m happy you enjoyed them! 🙂
Amy l baker says
Any way to get lowercase letters? All that’s currently here are uppercase,numbers and some symbols
Hi Amy! I have no plans to make lowercase letters at this time. However, here are directions on how to make your own: https://www.thepaintedhinge.com/2017/03/04/diy-painted-wood-signs-without-using-stencils/ Hope that helps! 🙂
Ashley Hrabley says
What Size piece of wood did you use? Thanks so much for the letters! Your blog is awesome!
Hi so how would I go about getting some letters hun ? I love love them btw. So gorgeous❤
Tammy squires says
Do I order the letters ? Dont understand how this works.
Thank you so much for the letters. They are greatly appreciated!
You’re very welcome Sherry! 🙂
Susanne Williams says
Dear Michelle, thank you for your letters, I m trying to make my first welcome sign.
I just printed the letters and realized the W is a couple of inches smaller then the other letters. But I cant change it on your sheet. Do you have a 700 p W by change too? thank you so much!
Hi Susanne! The W is 700pt just like all the other letters. It sounds like your printer is shrinking the W to fit on the page. The W at 700pt does not fit the whole page (one of the corners is cut off, so you’ll have to flip the paper to trace it in) so it’s likely this is what’s happening. Check your printer settings and reprint. I hope this helps! 🙂
Shana Martin says
Thank you! I have been needing letters this size for many of my projects!
What is the font for “farmhouse” that you used
Baskerville Old Face font
Stéphanie GILLIARD says
Thank you very much from France. I really love your letters and i will really enjoy to use them for my personal projects. Thank you so much! Stéphanie
You’re very welcome Stephanie! I’m happy you are enjoying them!
It is super sweet of you to do this! I found it bc I’m trying to find a good font and size to do a funny bathroom sign (still haven’t found it lol) But I just thought it was super nice of you to offer this!! I’m going to look you up on YouTube!! 😊
Thank you so much Jennifer! I’m on YouTube but I don’t have much in the way of projects there – yet! 🙂
Frank B says
Thanks so much Michelle!
I needed some signs for my Music Shop and for my Yard/Barn sales.
Don’t have to tell you how fast that can get expensive. I’m pretty handy at making things and always learning. This will help me make my own signs. Much appreciated!
You’re very welcome Frank! I’m happy you found these useful!