Here are some of the common issues with brush lettering beginners:
Go slow and focus when you are practicing your upstrokes. Movement should be generated at your wrist when you create a thin upstroke.
Focus on consistency to build your muscle memory. The small brush tips create finer and thinner upstrokes. If you notice you have thick upstrokes, try to add more pressure on your downstrokes to create contrast in a letter.
Use guideline sheets to keep a consistent slant. Hold your pen 45 degrees to the paper to create a slant line. Always reflect and look at the slant of the previous stroke to improve your consistency.
Collapsed loops are due to transitioning too early from thick to thin or vice versa, not enough contrast between down and upstrokes. Always go slow and make a conscious effort to be consistent
5.Heavy/ Uneven Underturn
It is common to see beginners create heavy bottom under turn or uneven pressure on transitioning between thick/ thin strokes. Start off with full pressure downstrokes and when you move toward the bottom/baseline, slowly reduce the wrist pressure to create a thin upstroke
Journaling is a great way to help you to check in on your ideas and feelings.
It brings many benefits to your life and wellbeings. It helps in your reflection, creativity, and exploration. Spending some time to think about what has happened in a day is a wonderful way to live and set your goals for the future.
Writing a journal is such a wonderful way to help you check in on your thoughts and feelings. Go here to learn more about junk journaling and journaling essentials.
How to USE YOUR JOURNAL
1. Collect every moment. Use photos and get creative!
2. Write down what did you do, your feelings, and whom you’ve seen in a day. You can explore your handwriting in a calligraphy style.
3. Write down your dreams and wishes and how are you going to achieve them
Here we offer a custom wax seal service. You may custom any logo, monogram, initials, or crest into a unique wax seal for use on your wedding correspondence or table settings.
Wax seal helps to add a glamorous, elegant edge to otherwise simple stationery.
Next, we’ll provide some handy guide and inspiration for using wax seals for name tags, place cards, table settings and etc.
Wedding Stationery Suite
Save The Dates
Save-the-dates give your guests a friendly heads-up. They are not always necessary but are never a bad idea. Your guests may decide to decline your wedding due to a personal trip, so it can be sent up to a year in advance.
Send invitations so that your guests can plan their schedules. Invitations should be sent far enough in advance for your guests to make their travel plans.
Your RSVP deadline will depend on how much lead time your wedding. professionals need. Check with the caterer when they need a final number and set an RSVP return date on the card.
You may start receiving gifts from friends and family who are unable to attend your wedding. Send them the card the right way to minimize your workload after the wedding.