November 29, 2018 Modern Calligraphy Workshop in SLC, UT

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I’ve got a Modern Copperplate Calligraphy workshop coming at you in just a couple of short weeks! This workshop is far more intensive than the Pinners program workshops. The class time is 3+ hours (because ...

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    Heirloom Journaling Tips with House that Lars Built

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    I’m over at House that Lars Built sharing some tips on how to fill out an heirloom journal! Click here to read the full article. Companies like Promptly and Loom are changing the way we’re ...

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    5 Papers for Calligraphy Practice

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    Hopefully this helps as you explore calligraphy more. Let me help you even more on your path to making beautiful, readable calligraphy in your own distinctive style. My Modern Calligraphy workshop includes personal coaching to ...

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    Freebie: Pyrography Designs for Playful Crafting

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    Big thanks to KSL’s Studio 5 & Brooke Walker for having me on their show! I had a great time coming up with some clever design ideas for wood-burning and pyrography crafts. Click here to ...

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    Art Supply Organizers + Process Video

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    A few weeks ago, a neighbor of mine dropped these art supply boxes off and asked me to personalize them with her grandchildren’s names on them. Easy, right?  They’re un-finished, which gave me a world ...

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    1. Bernardine says:

      Your boxes are lovely.
      I used my pyrography-tool for writing on leather. Did you even try that?

      • Melissa says:

        I’ve tried that, and it’s really fun! I did that to my wallet a few months back and gave myself a monogram. You have to be careful about any special coatings that may be on the leather as sometimes those coatings are plastic and put off noxious gasses or melt under too hot a pyrography tool. :) I’d love to see what you did with leather!

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