“Amy Style” calligraphy is the most popular calligraphy style on the TPK website. With over 20,000 learners, it appeals to people for a variety of reasons! Some love it for its legibility, others appreciate the flourish, and still others are just relieved to not deal with a right-leaning letter slant. You can learn more about this calligraphy style in today’s blog post!
You may have noticed mentions of “Kaitlin Style” calligraphy on the TPK website and social media. If so, you wouldn’t have been wrong to wonder: “What is ‘Kaitlin Style’?” Is it a universal calligraphy style, or just a TPK thing? What are the pros and cons of using it? In this article, we’ll cover all of that and a little more!
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!
Over the past few years, I’ve had the pleasure of creating paper goods for several weddings. In today’s post, you’ll find a compilation of ten of my favorite wedding invitation projects to give you ideas for your own wedding! Many of these ideas can be DIY’d with a bit of time, patience, and willingness to learn.
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!