From DIY wall-art to making your own greeting cards, hand-lettering is a really handy (and, dare I say, trendy) skill to have up your sleeve. Don't start from scratch, or spend hours trying to figure out where to start. More importantly, don't ever leave your couch + Netflix!Read More
There are two major elements of hand lettering: drawing calligraphy/script letters, and drawing regular/block letters. If you’d like to get started creating hand-lettered calligraphy, I have several beginner’s lessons here.
Getting started hand-lettering regular letters can be overwhelming. The sheer number of styles makes it hard to know where to start. It’s easy to get lost in the world of Pinterest, thinking that there are hundreds of different fonts, styles, and variations you need to learn. However, I’d like to suggest a far more manageable starting point, which will set you up to be able to learn and develop different styles of lettering down the road with far more ease.Read More
With wedding and graduation season coming up, it's always handy to have congratulatory cards on hand. This practice sheet guides you through seven different styles of 'congratulations,' so you can mix up your style without all the pressure. I've also included, as an extra freebie, a simple floral wreath guide to supplement your calligraphy.Read More
Printables strike the perfect balance between "DIY Superhero" and low maintenance. Here's a free printable download just in time to start your Valentine's Day prep. These greeting cards come with watercolor illustrated florals, paired with hand-lettering and their symbolic meaning.Read More
We hope your holidays are merry and bright!
Add a little hand-made joy to your gift wrapping this year with some printable notecards! These can also be printed two to a sheet and cut down into gift tags. You can also import into Microsoft Word, and print your Christmas letter on the inside.Read More