Tag Archives: hand lettering

Hand lettering with shadows and loose pens

How to Add Shadows to Calligraphy

By: Mariann of @madebymariann

Do you want to add shadows to your lettering and enhance your style but feel a bit overwhelmed? Look no further! My name is Mariann from @madebymariann and I’m here to share a few tips on how you can easily add shadows to your lettering. Let’s get started!

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Ribbon lettering with shadows

How to Create Ribbon Lettering

By: Jo Ovenell of @theletteringcompanion

Hi everyone! This is Jo of @theletteringcompanion. I am excited to walk you through the steps to create ribbon lettering. This beautiful lettering style looks difficult, but it is quite easy to replicate and it only takes a few supplies.

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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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Faux calligraphy with a red Sarasa Fineliner Marker

How to Create Faux Calligraphy in 4 Simple Steps

By: JoAnne Ovenell of @theletteringcompanion

Hello! I’m Jo of @theletteringcompanion. I am an Artist Ambassador for Zebra Pen USA, a calligrapher, and lettering artist based in Washington State. Today, I’m going to teach you how to create faux calligraphy.

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January themed bullet journal

How to Set Goals with A Level 10 Life Spread in Your Bullet Journal

By Andrea of @wildeyesbujo

Hello! I’m Andrea from @wildeyesbujo. With the start of the new year, I’m going to show you how I set up a January monthly overview and a Level 10 Life layout in my bullet journal.

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Thanksgiving placecard

Personalize Your Thanksgiving Table with These DIY Place Cards

By Mai of @mai.notebook

Hello! It’s Mai from @mai.notebook and I’m here today to share with you four easy ways to make a place card for your Thanksgiving dinner table. Creating place cards doesn’t always have to be elaborate. I will walk you through some very easy-to-follow examples that will be sure to help you spruce up any table setting. Let’s get started!

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"Love" hand lettered with Zebra Pen Metallic Brush Pens

Hand Lettering Tips for Beginners Using Zebra Metallic Brush Pens

Hey everyone! It’s Erin from @the.lettering.fern and I am here to tell you all about the Zebra Metallic Brush Pens. I’ve tried many different Metallic Brush pens and these Zebra ones are some of the best! They POP on black paper, write smoothly, and have a great flexible brush tip. The pens have plenty of ink to give you those juicy downstrokes when hand lettering.

There are 3 parts to this hand lettering tutorial: Basic strokes, some letter connections/words, and finishing up with a small project. The Metallic Brush Pens from Zebra Pen have a soft and flexible tip, so you can get a variety of stroke sizes. Let’s get started.

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