Today’s post is a feast for the eyes! In it, you’ll find a highly pinnable collection of envelope calligraphy photos. I hope that you find inspiration here for your next project, be it personal correspondence or a batch of wedding envelopes!
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If you’ve been reading the TPK blog for any length of time, then you know that I truly believe anyone who wants to learn calligraphy can learn calligraphy! But: there are basic worries from learners + potential learners that often show up in my email inbox. I compiled the most common worries to create this list of the top eight common modern calligraphy myths.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use a few common art supplies to make “juicy” lettering that pops! Feel free to modify the supply list to accommodate the items that you have available to you.
As I point out in this post, there’s no specific “flourishing formula” that I can provide you with … you’ll have to follow your heart on this one! However, there are some basic concepts/examples and a helpful worksheet that I have created here for you. It is my hope that after reading this blog post, you’ll decide to make a fun, flourishy piece that you impress even yourself with!
In today’s article, we’re going to talk about the little guys and gals! I’ll discuss why it’s a good idea to send mail to the kids in your life, how to make an engaging envelope, and what to put inside that envelope. I included several inspiration photos in this post, but if you have your own kid-friendly envelope art pictures, I’d love to see them on Instagram! Just tag me at @thepostmansknock. 🙂