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A couple of weeks ago, I told you the story of TPK’s Modern Calligraphy Starter Kit. The kit has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens and has nearly 70 five star reviews!
In the past I’ve tried calligraphy using dip pens from my local arts/crafts supply store but never had great results. This kit had everything I needed to really up my game and get the results I had hoped for. I’m still learning (the free drill pages really help) and am making progress. Having the right tools (and guidance) is key!– Calligraphy student bh0456
Here’s what the kit includes:
- Nikko G nib – the most approachable calligraphy nib for most beginners
- Brause EF66 nib – a wonderful little nib that will give you dramatic stroke contrast
- Custom designed nib tin – to safely store your nibs
- Pearly turquoise straight pen with universal insert that will fit most calligraphy nibs
- Wooden oblique pen with a flange that I hand-adjust to fit the Nikko G nib
- “Art water” cup – to store the water that you use to clean nibs throughout writing sessions
- Tightly woven cleaning cloth to wipe off your nibs throughout and after your writing sessions
- Yasutomo sumi ink (2 oz.) – A velvety Japanese sumi ink that’s great for any skill level
- Glass jar with screw-top gold lid (1 oz.) for long-term ink storage
- 49-page workbook (6″ x 8.5″, 15.24 cm x 21.6 cm) full of information and guided practice
In addition to the starter kit, you’ll also receive complimentary enrollment in The Beginner’s Modern Calligraphy Online Course:
The kit + course bundle is a $123 value. Anyone, anywhere is eligible to win — but note that non-US winners may need to pay customs fees in order to receive the kit.
- You can learn more about the calligraphy starter kit and read reviews here.
- You can learn more about the beginner’s calligraphy course and read reviews here.
Anyone is eligible to win this kit. The giveaway will end Tuesday, November 21st, at noon MDT, at which point the winner will receive an email! The winners’ first name and last initial will also be displayed on the Rafflecopter widget on this page, and s/he will be announced in TPK’s Monday newsletter. Good luck, and thanks very much for participating!
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#2: “I don’t have a social media account. Can I still enter the giveaway?” Yes! Just use your email address to sign in to the widget. The widget asks for your Facebook account or email address so I can contact you if you win!
#3: “I can’t enter the giveaway with all of the entry options due to not having social media accounts. Do I still have a chance at winning?” Remember that you can choose which option(s) you want to use to enter this giveaway. For example, if you don’t have an YouTube/Google account and one of the options to enter is to comment on a YouTube video, simply don’t enter the giveaway using that option. Any entry you submit gives you a chance at winning this giveaway.
#4: “Why do you use this method of hosting a giveaway?” I’ve tried several giveaway methods, and Rafflecopter is the easiest and safest for me to use. Using Rafflecopter makes it next to impossible for people to impersonate TPK to try and solicit information from entrants (unlike running a giveaway on Instagram or Facebook).
#5: “Rafflecopter isn’t working for me.” Usually when this happens, Rafflecopter isn’t playing nice with your browser. If you can, try switching to a different browser (or a different device). If you can’t get it to work, email me at [email protected], and I will manually enter you.
#6: “I never win your giveaways, so I’m not even going to enter.” Some people email me saying something to this effect every time I run a giveaway, and I understand. Trust me, if I could give everyone who visit the site a little prize, I absolutely would! However, TPK is a small operation, and this is one of the ways I can say thank you to readers … one at a time. 😊