Stressed. Tired. Overwhelmed.That was me for so long as I spent all my time pouring into everyone around me.
That’s what I thought I was supposed to do! I felt bad taking time “just for me” until I realized that a meaningful and creative hobby would fill me up and bless everyone around me too.
That’s when I discovered lettering…
Lettering is such an amazing hobby that you can learn (even if you hate your handwriting – I promise!). It doesn’t take a million supplies and you can easily take them around with you. Whether you’re just barely beginning or are ready to take your lettering to the next level, we’ve got awesome resources for you…
START WITH OUR FREE CLASS!
There’s a gorgeous lettering artist inside you, you just need to coax her out. Yes, YOU!
Anyone can create beautiful lettering, you just need practice - and a few secrets to help you speed up your learning curve.
Join our FREE Unlock Your Lettering Class, and you’ll learn:
- The lingo - all the terms you need to know to letter like a pro
- My favorite secret for creating a lettering style all your own
- How to jump into FANCY lettering (faux calligraphy and using brush pens)
- The BIG mistake letterers make, and how you can avoid it
What brush pens are best for beginners?? These are my 3 favorites! And they are all included in our Perfect Pen Pouch Starter Kit. 🙌🏻 SMALL BRUSH PENS Starting with the small tip brush pens, I love the Tombow Fudenosuke pen. We include a black ink fudenosuke in the...read more
The most asked question is - what is the best set for beginners? Answer: if you are a true true beginner, these Faber-Castell Duo Tip Markers from our shop are a great place to start! You can use them to manually come back and thicken downstrokes OR you can vary the...read more
Q: What’s the best way to hold a brush pen? A: I recommend trying to hold it at a 45 degree angle. This will help you to write smoothly and make it so that your pens won’t fray quickly. Here are some videos of showing how to hold the angle the right way. This set...read more