How to Make Calligraphy Wall Art + More Hand-Drawn Awesomeness
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How to Make Calligraphy Wall Art + More Hand-Drawn Awesomeness

Lately, we’ve been testing out our calligraphy skills on everything we can get our hands on! Lauren Essl of Blue Eye Brown Eye taught us everything we need to know in our Calligraphy 101 E-Class! See what you can do with them below. Hint — there is wall art involved <3

CALLIGRAPHY PROJECTS

Here’s everything you need to make cards, envelopes, and treat bags. Head over to your local craft store or Amazon to stock up on the following supplies:

Supplies needed for this project:

– Oblique pen holder

– Zebra G nib

– Black ink

– White ink

– Ink pot

– Washi tape

– Tracing pad

– Cards

– Envelopes

– Paper treat bags

How cute are these stripey treat bags? Personalize with a message and fill ’em up with sweets or small gifts!

 

CALLIGRAPHY WALL ART PROJECT

Grab some 8×10 inch Bristol boards to turn your calligraphy stylings into frame-able art. Here are the supplies you’ll need to add a personal touch to your home decor.

Supplies needed for this project:

– Oblique pen holder

– Zebra G nib

– Black ink

– Bronze ink

– Ink pot

– Washi tape

– Tracing pad

– 8×10 inch Bristol boards

Never tried calligraphy before? Remember that you can take our Calligraphy 101 E-Class, available in the B+C Shop, and in just 40 minutes learn how to take your skills from amateur to pro! Or check out one of our other LETTERING courses.

Add your own 8×10-inch frames and you’ve got an inspiring trio of prints, perfect for that gallery wall you’ve always wanted.