This is a great post for calligraphy beginners! In it, you'll learn about pointed pen calligraphy nibs and which one(s) may be right for you.
This post provides a two-month curriculum and tips to help you learn calligraphy. After you complete the curriculum, you'll be proficient with a dip pen!
11 Calming Calligraphy Drills Printable The Postman's Knock
These four fresh snail mail ideas will inspire you to send someone a creative, unique note or letter. Your oh-so-cool DIY stationery will awe and impress!
Lindsey @ The Postman's Knock created this gorgeous tutorial. love the daffodil at the end.
Basil tutorial This tutorial shares two secrets for a beautiful watercolor painting: Use a light box, and Shade with purple, not black!
Regardless of your calligraphy skill level, I encourage you to try making this calligraphy medallion! The trick is to take it step by step.
A wonderful resource. Ever wondered how to create modern calligraphy? This guide starts at square one, guiding you through what to buy, how to hold the pen, and what to write!
Do double letters trip you up when writing calligraphy? If you're not sure how to write words like "coffee" or "Mississippi", you'll enjoy this post!
You can use watercolor wreaths for a variety of projects from wedding invitations to snail mail to business identity materials!
in oblique nib holder from Rodger’s Pen Box.
These retro painted flowers are so groovy, you'll want to paint them over and over. Did I mention it's a quick and easy, instant-gratification-type project?
Whether you are designing a logo, an invitation suite, or simply creating mail art, the ever-adaptive laurel wreath will make your work stand out!
You'll love using gold calligraphy ink as soon as you find the ink that is right for you! Get the 411 here.
Consistent calligraphy practice is the secret to improvement! Busy learners can sneak in at least one of the five sneaky practice tips in this post.
Metallic and gold calligraphy inks can add a lot of glitz and glamour to anything you are working on!