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!
As you’ll learn in this blog post, I usually post tutorials on the weekends. However, today I wanted to have a change of pace and open up about some neat little-known facts about The Postman’s Knock!
You know that calligraphy is fun to make — but you may not have realized how useful it can be! In this post, we’ll discuss seven practical utilizations of this versatile art.
I always recommend that those who wish to start a creative business try selling on Etsy. Though I don’t really sell on Etsy anymore, I was very active on the website for a few years! My experiences on Etsy helped me to launch The Postman’s Knock as it exists today. In this post, I’d like to share some of the items and services that I used to sell. My hope is that they will inspire you to start your own side gig! There are people out there who will appreciate your skill set, and you may be surprised at where your talent takes you.
You already know that you can trade your creativity and skills for cash by addressing envelopes for clients. But what are the nuts and bolts of the envelope addressing process? In this post, you’ll learn what should happen once a client hires you to take on their project!
Thinking about taking that next step with your calligraphy creation? Check out this blog post! In it, you’ll learn eight tips for building a successful calligraphy business.