In the latest YouTube tutorial, I’ll show you how to make your own envelope out of any piece of paper that catches your eye!
I recently asked TPK newsletter subscribers for help in compiling a list of resources for calligraphy supplies all over the world. In this blog post, you’ll find a link to that list as well as a few observations!
Bleeding calligraphy ink can range from being an unexpected nuisance to a devastating discovery. If you’re plagued by ink that feathers and spreads, try one of the five tips in this blog post!
You can make amazing DIY envelopes out of pretty much any flat, paper-like material! All you have to do is make a template (super simple), trace around it, cut, and glue. Add some calligraphy and a stamp or two, and you have a unique envelope that’s ready to rock someone’s mailbox!
This Frida Kahlo Halloween art will add a dash of spooky elegance to your Halloween décor! Not an artist? Don’t fret … this artwork is printable and 100% traceable! You can bump it to the next level by creating Frida on sumptuous cotton rag paper. To add to the awesomeness of this post, paper artisan Fabulous Fancy Pants is giving away a pack of handmade paper ($120 value)!
This tutorial combines a little bit of watercolor, a smidge of illustration, and a pinch of calligraphy to make a spectacular, retro-esque thank you card. It’s a project that’s suitable for all levels: even if you’re a beginning artist or calligrapher, I encourage you to give it a try!