You’ve probably noticed photos of Janet Style calligraphy every now and again on the TPK website. In today’s post, I’d like to tell you about what Janet Style calligraphy is and why it’s (usually) my favorite style to use! We’ll also discuss why, unfortunately, it may not be the best beginner calligraphy style.
Dip Pen Calligraphy
Today, we’re hearing from Ana with this gorgeous sympathy card tutorial! This is the first sympathy card tutorial here on TPK, and it’s elegant, tasteful, and appropriate for sensitive situations. If you don’t have an occasion to send this card, I hope you try out the cool technique that Ana uses here!
If you want to improve your calligraphy, you need to hone in on your practice! In this article, we’ll discuss several ways to ensure success via good practice habits. You might be surprised by some of the tips, including don’t practice every single day!
After months of sourcing supplies and creating prototypes, the TPK Modern Calligraphy Starter Kit is now available in the TPK Catalog! Unfortunately, I only have a limited quantity (though we do plan on making more soon). In this article, I’ll explain the kit components and all the care that went in to creating them!
Are you curious about what kind of results you’ll get if you continue to practice your calligraphy? If so, you’ll enjoy this blog post, which describes my experience as far as the changes I saw as I progressed with my dip pen. I suspect that you will have a similar experience as you become more comfortable with creating calligraphy, too!
I notice the same mistakes at every beginner calligraphy workshop that I teach! In this post, we’ll go over what those mistakes are and how to correct them. For more information (and for a chance to ask questions), be sure to tune in to the @thepostmansknock Instagram Live session on Wednesday, June 19th, at 6:00 PM MDT!