If you have trouble with consistently spacing your calligraphed letters, then you will appreciate today’s free worksheet! Print it out and practice as many times as you need to in order to develop a spacing “eye”.
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(Heads up! I updated this worksheet in July of 2019. You can find information about the updated printable worksheet — and a Procreate version — by clicking here!) Ready for a creative challenge? Try writing using “Stitches” lettering! The letters in this hand-lettering style “stitch” together and feature accent dots to ensure plenty of visual interest.
A lot of calligraphy learners struggle with writing double letters like the “f”s in “coffee”! If you are intimidated by ever-present letter pairs, then you’ll enjoy today’s blog post. In it, we’ll discuss how to approach double letters in general, plus we’ll get into some specific “trouble double letter” tips!
If you struggle with making time for creativity, try “Crayola calligraphy”! Crayola (and similar) markers are cost-effective and can be used to make some impressive projects. In today’s blog post, you’ll learn about three Crayola calligraphy paper goods that come together in just a couple of minutes!
Did you know that you should have a piece of “padding paper” under you calligraphy project? I didn’t, either, when I started learning calligraphy! In this post, you’ll learn five tips to help make your calligraphy creation easier and more rewarding.