You probably associate TPK with calligraphy — but that’s not how it started out! In this blog post, I’ll tell you about nine projects that shaped The Postman’s Knock into what it is today. From a henna tabletop to a blinking robot, you might be surprised at what you see!
Did you ever think you could get paid to write on clothespins? Me, neither … and yet, I’ve probably written on 1,000+ clothespins for money. In this blog post, you’ll find a list of the fun art projects I made a profit making! If you’re interested in this sort of topic, don’t miss the related article suggestions at the bottom of the post (under my signature)!
Honesty is the theme of today’s blog post, which describes five business mistakes that I’ve made throughout the course of TPK’s existence. It’s my hope that you’ll read it and realize that errors are an integral part of any business’s (or person’s) growth!
If you’re looking for the perfect holiday gift for a loved one (or yourself — why not?), consider a blank notebook! In this post, I’ll show you how I worked in my notebook to make my own hybrid bullet journal. I’ve also a got a coupon code for you to save 15% on the journal that I have!
I’m not sure that any artist or calligrapher reaches a point where s/he feels 100% certain that their work is good enough to sell! If you’re waiting for that “aha!” moment, I encourage you to just take the plunge. Chances are, you’re as ready as you’ll ever be to start selling your calligraphy services!
Decluttering my workspace led me to find some gems that I want to show you! It’s my hope that these paper goods will inspire a project idea for you; or at least you’ll see an evolution in my creative skills that will encourage you that you can evolve as well. I’d love to see the artistic projects you can’t quite get rid of, too! You can share them with hashtag #tpkshowandtell on Instagram.