You may have noticed mentions of “Kaitlin Style” calligraphy on the TPK website and social media. If so, you wouldn’t have been wrong to wonder: “What is ‘Kaitlin Style’?” Is it a universal calligraphy style, or just a TPK thing? What are the pros and cons of using it? In this article, we’ll cover all of that and a little more!
I love using brush pens to create calligraphy because they’re approachable and simple — plus they can help you make some gorgeous projects! From mail art to posters, you’ll be able to create lettering that really pops. In today’s post, I want to introduce you to TPK’s latest brush pen calligraphy worksheet: The Janet!
Today’s post boasts a fun printable surprise: a printable calligraphy tutorial packet detailing how to make a flourished bee! If you’ve got a moment this weekend, get your dip pen out and give making this little guy a shot. I’d love to see your results on Instagram — you can tag me @thepostmansknock!
In 2015, I first released this printable Free Brush Pen Worksheet. Several years and 130K+ downloads later, I think the worksheet deserves another feature on the TPK site! If you’re interested in brush pens, give this engaging set of exercises a try. 🙂
Lasso Lettering: it’s fresh, flourishy, and it can transform any piece of paper into a work of art! You can download the newly-released Lasso Lettering Exemplar to learn how to create this new TPK hand-lettering style. More details in this article!
The Janet Style Calligraphy Video Course is officially finished and available on the TPK website! In today’s blog post, I’ll talk about what the course is and how it can benefit you.