You’ve probably noticed photos of Janet Style calligraphy every now and again on the TPK website. In today’s post, I’d like to tell you about what Janet Style calligraphy is and why it’s (usually) my favorite style to use! We’ll also discuss why, unfortunately, it may not be the best beginner calligraphy style.
It’s spring cleaning + sparking joy time at TPK, and I’m paring down the catalog! On Monday, I’ll retire two items that have been in the TPK catalog for years. You can read about these items and the specifics of their retirement in this blog post!
Today’s post is a feast for the eyes! In it, you’ll find a highly pinnable collection of envelope calligraphy photos. I hope that you find inspiration here for your next project, be it personal correspondence or a batch of wedding envelopes!
In today’s article, we’re going to talk about the little guys and gals! I’ll discuss why it’s a good idea to send mail to the kids in your life, how to make an engaging envelope, and what to put inside that envelope. I included several inspiration photos in this post, but if you have your own kid-friendly envelope art pictures, I’d love to see them on Instagram! Just tag me at @thepostmansknock. 🙂
Today, I’m going to show you how to create what may very well be my favorite envelope art design. 🙂 If you’re intimidated, don’t be! All you need are some tracing skills and a smidge of patience. Are you ready? Let’s get started!