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Ever since I announced the publication of my upcoming hand lettering book, Lettering with Purpose, I’ve received a lot of questions about how to write an arts and crafts book. Today, I’m going to share with you my process for how I wrote my book – and some things that you can do if you’re getting started writing your own arts and crafts (or DIY) book.
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Growing up I always loved to read and write. My appetite for reading a good book is basically insatiable – once I get started it’s hard to stop. I always imagined what it would be like to write a book and dreamed that one day I’d be able to call myself a published author. About a year ago I started making the necessary steps to turn that dream into a reality, and I’m so excited that in just over a month my book Lettering With Purpose will be in stores and on shelves!
If you’re just getting started lettering, you might be feeling like you’ll never be able to make the letters look like they’re your own instead of a copy of someone else’s. Trust me, I’ve been there before, working so hard just to blend in. Well, in my new class with Tombow and Brit+Co, I’m going to show you how to create letters that are all your own.
Hey y’all! Have you ever wanted to create faux calligraphy, but you’re not sure where to start? I’m going to show you how today! I’ll be using Tombow’s brand new MONO Drawing Pens for this tutorial. If you haven’t seen them yet, you’re going to LOVE them!
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Hey y’all! I’m so excited to finally reveal a secret I’ve been holding on to for months! Today Tombow is introducing their new MONO Drawing Pens, and you guys, you’re going to LOVE them! I’ve been using the MONO Drawing Pens from Tombow for a few months now, and they’ve quickly become my new favorite pen.
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Hello friends! Today I’m so excited to share with you the new Gold Foil Tote Kit from Brit+Co available now at Target! My friends at Brit+Co sent it to me a couple weeks ago and I’m so in love. I’ll walk you through step by step how to make a hand lettered tote with this kit so you can make one of your own! Let’s get started!
Hey y’all! I’m so excited about this Spring Handlettered Blog Hop I’m joining today with 10 of my super talented calligrafriends! We’ve all created awesome Spring handlettered freebies or tutorials for you, so make sure you take some time to hop around (get it?) and check out the full lineup of posts at the end! You’ll also want to make sure you enter our giveaway because we’re giving away a FULL SET of Tombow Dual Brush Pens! Today I’m sharing some free bounce lettering worksheets with you guys! *This post contains affiliate links. I receive a small commission when purchases are made from these links. They provide no additional cost to you. Read more
Hi everyone! Today I’m going to show you how to create a hand lettered vinyl decal using the Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine. I received this absolutely beautiful machine from my friends at Cricut around the holidays and have only played with it a little bit so far, but I’m already hooked. *This post contains affiliate links, which provide no additional cost to you. I receive a commission on sales made from these links.
As a social media manager, it’s literally my job to know how to grow a following on Instagram (along with other social platforms). However, growing a following around a brand is completely different than growing a following around yourself/your art, right? Turns out, they’re actually not so different.