A great resource for all manner of things from adding some typography to your soft furnishings and bedding, to your furniture, to clothing and accessories, kitchenware like kilner jars, crockery and so much more.
Try to use dots, stripes, lines, curls, italics, bolds, underlines, and different sizes to create your own specific tone and technique. Doing something casual and neat for a friend can include a lot of different types of lettering
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No fancy calligraphy skills needed to create pretty hand lettering for envelopes, chalkboards and more. Follow these easy steps and in no time you will be creating your own unique hand lettering or script