When practicing calligraphy, you really can’t get any cooler than a calligraphy medallion. I love calligraphy medallions because they’re wonderful for understanding how to make simple shapes. Furthermore, they really help you to understand how to bring components together in order to make something gorgeous. If you’re new to calligraphy medallions, try this simple tutorial. If you like what you make, consider upleveling with one of TPK’s two calligraphy medallions worksheets: Dancing Pens and Birds & Botanicals, which are 15% off through Wednesday, January 25th, with code PRETTYPRACTICE.
Today, you’re getting two different mail art tutorials in one post! In the first tutorial, you’ll use iron gall ink and a light hand to make spindly, eye-catching flourishes. The second tutorial has a retro, constellation-like look with an understated color scheme. Create the tutorial that most appeals to you today, or try them both!
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Next time you want to send snail mail, I invite you to use this watercolor henna printable mail art template. In this mail art, vibrant tones of red and yellow come together in an intricate henna-inspired pattern. Just print, fold, write your recipient’s address, and send!
A beautifully calligraphed envelope builds anticipation and makes a recipient feel special! That’s why, when you need an envelope for a card you’re going to give in person, it’s important to add a special touch. Today, I’ll walk you through how to make the perfect name-only envelope, and I’ll show you some examples of name-only envelopes that I’ve created in the past.