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Studygram notes

How to Create Beautiful StudyGram Notes

By: Christine Tsai of @studybeanthings

Hello everyone! It’s Christine from @studybeanthings. Today, I’m going to show you how to create StudyGram notes that will not only help you in your coursework, but also be pleasing to look at! This tutorial will focus on creating notes for two types of subjects: one that is text heavy and one that requires diagrams. Plus, I’ll give you some tips and tricks to organize your notes in way that will optimize your studying.

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Funwari brush pens beside a message written in calligraphy

4 Things to Know Before Learning Calligraphy

Calligraphy is a classic way of handwriting that has turned into a modern art form as well as a growing trend in the creative world. The purpose of calligraphy is to create beautiful and decorative words that can be used on anything from letters, cards, or handwritten signs. While it may seem like a simple thing to learn, or something that you can just jump into, the process of learning calligraphy takes time and effort to practice and perfect. If you are thinking of beginning a journey into hand lettering, here are a few tips that you should know before starting.

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Bold lettering and calligraphy on black paper

How to Make Bold Lettering and Calligraphy Pop on Black Paper

Hello, it’s Kelsey Seufer of the @livelifecreatively.co Instagram Page. Today, I’m going to be teaching you how to make bold lettering and calligraphy pop on black paper.

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Preview of the August bullet journal design created with Zebra Pen Mildliner Highlighers and Zensations Brush Pen

3 Summer-Themed Bullet Journal Layouts to Simplify Your Life

By: Fatimah of @studychaii

Hi! It’s Fatimah from @studychaii and I’m here to introduce you to different ways you can use your creativity to effectively bullet journal over the summer. Summer can always become a bit hectic, so creating organized monthly spreads can help keep you grounded and ready for summer productivity. Here are some ideas you can implement into your own bullet journal!

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