I love crafting pretty envelopes, so I regularly post mail art mini-tutorials on the TPK Facebook page. However, I know it’s difficult to “pin” things from Facebook; and, furthermore, Facebook posts often get lost in the mix! With that in mind, today’s blog post is a collection of my top four mini-tutorial posts from the last few months. My favorite is probably the Fox Thank You Card (#4) … what’s yours?
Archives for November 2015
Part I of the Holiday Gift Tags Tutorial was all about the retro, so we’re going to switch it up a bit here! In the two tutorials featured in this blog post, you’ll channel your inner earth god(dess) to make nature-inspired tags that are sure to impress and awe. Fair warning: you’ll probably find yourself wanting to draw/paint fir branches on every piece of paper you can get your hands on after you read this tutorial!
I love DIY gift tags for a few reasons. First of all, they’re generally pretty simple to make (as you’ll see in this tutorial). Secondly, they make fantastic keepsakes; they’re so small that they’re easy for your recipient to display on a bulletin board or in a scrapbook! Finally, they elevate the already wonderful circumstance of receiving a gift to an even more heavenly level! In this post, you’ll learn how to make two types of unique gift tags; then next week, I’ll teach you how to make two more. 🙂
You really only need a couple of basic supplies to create calligraphy … but once you’ve mastered using those supplies, you may want to branch out and try others! In this blog post, you’ll learn about additional supplies that will make your lettering process fun and your final results beautiful. Rest assured that next time someone asks, “So, what do you want for Christmas?”, you’ll be ready with an answer … or two.
If ever you want to make a dinner party extra special, try calligraphing a menu for each attendee. Trust me, your guests will feel like they’re at a five-star restaurant getting the royal treatment! If you’re intrigued by the idea of DIY menu cards, but unsure about how to make them, look no further than this blog post.