TPK’s Ana Corral took a TPK beginner’s modern calligraphy workshop last weekend! In this post, she details her experience. If you are interested in taking a workshop this year, you can sign up for one of the three spots left on July 6th! Otherwise, there’s always next year. 🙂
Today, we’re putting on our flapper dresses and bringing our gold watercolor to life to create an art deco-inspired birthday card! You’ll need to get a little cozy with a ruler to make it, but the glamorous result is well worth the trouble!
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!
As I point out in this post, there’s no specific “flourishing formula” that I can provide you with … you’ll have to follow your heart on this one! However, there are some basic concepts/examples and a helpful worksheet that I have created here for you. It is my hope that after reading this blog post, you’ll decide to make a fun, flourishy piece that you impress even yourself with!
Today’s post boasts a fun printable surprise: a printable calligraphy tutorial packet detailing how to make a flourished bee! If you’ve got a moment this weekend, get your dip pen out and give making this little guy a shot. I’d love to see your results on Instagram — you can tag me @thepostmansknock!