Stationer Advice | What I Wish I’d Known

When I started my stationery business about 2 years ago, I barely had any stationery experience. Whoops! I knew I loved weddings (even though I’m such a single Pringle but totally a hopeless romantic) and design, so it was something I wanted to experiment with. I actually have my Bachelor of Fine Art in graphic […]

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My First Calligraphy Workshop – Good & Bad

When I contacted Bev Crossen from The Farmhouse in Tupelo about having a calligraphy workshop, she and I immediately began planning. Since she has been hosting more and more workshops lately and a lot of my physical work is sold there, I knew this would be a great place to start. So much planning went […]

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Calligraphy Tip | How I Prep a Nib

Prepping a nib is one of the first things you NEED to do. Not sure what a nib is? Go to my previous blog post! Why do you need to prep a nib? This is a mistake most people make when starting calligraphy. There is a wax coating on a new nib that preserves it […]

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Beginner’s Calligraphy – The Tools

Welcome to my blog! I’m going to show you how I got started, what tools I love, what tools I want, and the inner workings of my creative mind. I have been asked several times what items I use to produce my calligraphy. For this post, I’m going to tell you the best tools for those […]

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