Use this printable tutorial to learn how to draw the LETTER T bubble letter step by step. Bubble letters are a graffiti-style art that allows the reader to still identify a letter, but it appears puffy and bubbly!
This capital bubble letter tutorial is so easy kids of all ages can get in on the bubble letter fun.
Capital T Bubble Letter
To make a capital letter T in bubble letter graffiti, we have some simple step-by-step instructions to follow! Print out the 2 page bubble letter tutorial pdf so you can follow along making your own bubble letter or even tracing the example when necessary.
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Supplies Needed for Drawing a Bubble Letter T
- Pencil or colored pencils
- (Optional) Crayons or colored pencils to color your completed bubble letters
We have also created the 2 page printable bubble letter instruction sheets as coloring pages. If desired, start by coloring the steps and then try it on your own!
How To Draw Bubble Letter T
Follow these simple steps to write your own bubble letter uppercase T! You can print them below by pressing the button.
First, draw an oval.
Add another oval next to the first one.
Then, add a circle shape below the ovals.
Connect the ovals with a curved line.
Now connect the circle shape to the ovals. Erase extra lines. Good job, you finished writing your graffiti letter!
If you want to add details like shadows and a little bubble letter glow, then add them now!
Download & Print pdf File for Bubble Letter T Tutorial:
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- Throw in some letter T crafts and activities, in between the worksheets.
How did your letter T bubble letter turn out?