March is Women’s History Month, which we commemorated last week with a collection of interviews. This week, I want to celebrate the amazing women in my life with a simple worksheet. This is my favorite “just for fun” printable on the TPK website so far! Once I started filling the worksheet out, I couldn’t stop filling out copies to send to treasured female family members and friends.
We may be halfway done with January of 2021, but the year is still new! With that in mind, I chose to focus on a blank slate theme for this calligraphy quote worksheet. It centers around wisdom from T.S. Eliot: “Every moment is a fresh beginning.” The calligraphy features two aspects of modern lettering that can be a little terrifying for beginners (flourishing and bouncy letters), so filling it out will give you valuable practice!
Coming up with goals never fails to make me feel giddy. The act of writing down an intention and coming up with a plan to make it a reality is so empowering! I make New Year goals every year, and I almost always achieve my goals due to careful planning and consideration. For this year, I decided to make a free worksheet to help you brainstorm effective goals and ways to reach them.
The holiday season gives calligraphers a time to shine! You can use your dip pen (and the occasional paintbrush) to create wondrous things that will light up any recipient’s mailbox. Today, I’ve rounded up all of TPK’s Christmas calligraphy and art tutorials to compile an inspirational list.
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For this article, I decided to whip up some new printable calligraphy drills! These drills are suitable for every skill level and have a mix of everything. You’ll start with simple stroke practice in the first couple of exercises, move on to loops, then work on your flourishing! The free two page worksheet is great for anyone who wants to work on their dip pen skills or simply warm up before working on a project.
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This autumn greeting card celebrates the two best parts of the season: multicolored leaves and warm drinks! Today, I’ll show you how to use coffee to stain a Japanese maple leaf illustration. Then, we’ll use metallic watercolors to add some interest and shine.