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 I had to pick a go-to favorite lettering style, it would be the George. George Style lettering is super versatile, easy to create, and packs a serious visual punch! As of today, the printable George Style Hand Lettering Worksheet has undergone a much-needed makeover. And: a Procreate version is now available (look at George, getting all tech-savvy)! You can learn more about George Style lettering and the two new worksheets in this article. 🙂
If there’s anything I learned this week, it’s that TPK readers love card tutorials! So, here’s a nice and simple watercolor thank you card tutorial to help you out next time you need to express your gratitude. If you create this project, I’d love to see it! Just tag @thepostmansknock on Instagram. Ready to see the instructions? Let’s go!
If you know how to write the alphabet, then you can hand letter! Find seven tips for honing your skills in this article. The biggest tip? Practice, practice, practice!
Stitches Hand Lettering is a lettering style that I developed in 2017. I love Stitches because it’s so forgiving! Mistakes disappear into dramatic stroke contrast and attention-grabbing connections. As of yesterday, the printable Stitches Hand Lettering Worksheet has undergone vast improvements … and there’s now a Procreate version! If you weren’t sure what you wanted to do with your leisure time this weekend, I think I’ve got your answer. 🙂
For nearly five years, the Learn Hand-Lettering for a Latte Worksheet has been a silent star in the TPK catalog. Today, I’m giving it the introduction that I should have written years ago! If you’re interested in hand-lettering, you’ll adore this worksheet set!