Watercolor wreaths add elegance and artistry to any project: snail mail, wedding materials, and bullet journals, to name a few. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how relaxing wreaths are to draw! Put on a good podcast, have some hot tea, and go to town on making a beautiful watercolor wreath of your own with this tutorial!
In today’s YouTube tutorial, I’ll show you how to create an illustrated banner that will make your lettering stand out! All you need to get started is a pen, a pencil, and an eraser.
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.
It’s easy to get discouraged about selling calligraphy for a number of reasons. If a saturated market or the worry that your work won’t get noticed is one of them, I encourage you to take this post to heart! In it, you’ll learn six ways to stand out and attract clients.
If you’re a bride- or groom-to-be who enjoys creating art and/or calligraphy, consider DIY wedding invitations! They’ll take some time and effort to make, but you’ll be so proud of your efforts and save some serious money. In today’s post, you’ll find a “roadmap” to help you get started!