The TPK holiday worksheet printable is a tradition that I started in 2016! Around this time every year, I come up with a few different holiday-themed calligraphy pieces and combine them into a worksheet. That worksheet only is available through December 26th — but! — like the Ghost of Christmas Past, it makes an appearance the next holiday season (and the next, and the next).
I love making themed calligraphy drills sheets, so I planned and put together some “Spooky Drills” last autumn! The only problem? My memory of making these drills is about as foggy as a dark and stormy night at a haunted mansion. The drills sheet was my creative outlet after becoming a mother in mid-September, and those early new-parent days can be pretty intense!
Continue Reading about Celebrating October with Spooky Calligraphy Drills (+ a Procreate Edition!)
Many people come to TPK looking to improve their handwriting, and until today, I wasn’t really able to help them. Yes, there are beaucoup calligraphy resources here — but calligraphy is art! It’s not something that’s realistic to use for everyday tasks like writing thank you cards, notes, or recipes. That’s why I’ve spent the last few months creating Improve Your Handwriting: A Comprehensive Online Course! The course will teach you how to develop handwriting that you’re proud to show off. Here’s a short video to tell you more:
Continue Reading about The Improve Your Handwriting eCourse is Here!
There are five main Learn Calligraphy worksheets available on this website. Each of the five worksheets teaches you how to make a different calligraphy style that is original to TPK! Today, I’d like to tell you about my personal favorite: the Janet. In today’s article, you’ll learn how Janet Style calligraphy came to be, why I love using it, and the letter that gives learners the most grief!
Continue Reading about What is “Janet Style Calligraphy”?
In 2016, George Style hand lettering came on the TPK scene … and I’ve used it constantly ever since. There’s just something about those stylized letters! They’re simple to create, customizable, and they pack a big visual punch. George Style letters also pair extraordinarily well with calligraphy, which is part of the reason why I return to writing them again and again!
As we move toward launching a new website design next week, I’m determined to make sure everything in the TPK catalog is the very best it can be! I almost feel like I’m doing housecleaning: getting rid of clutter, then polishing the treasures that are here to stay. This week, I focused on making improvements to the Stitches Style Printable Hand Lettering Worksheet — and making a Procreate version for iPad letterers!
Continue Reading about A Hand Lettering Worksheet Set to Delight Both Analog + iPad Letterers