It’s back to school season and also, I could not resist another gold tattoo paper tutorial. These DIY Gold Monogrammed Pens are the perfect gift for a student or for yourself. And it is so very easy to make with your Silhouette cutting machine. Read on for the tutorial!
I’m a bit inspired by my last 5 Lettering Tutorials & Resources post. Can you tell? Also, my younger son and I have been practicing handwriting as part of our summer homework. So whether you’re on the go and need to practice your lettering, or like mini things (like me!) or need a fun way to practice letters with little ones, these DIY Mini Lettering Practice Sheets are for you. Don’t have time to make your own? Read on to get your downloads… Read more »
Well hello! A bit of a late start to my DIY week, but I made it before week’s end – shwee! How is your week going? I thought another DIY Stationery project would be perfect for today. These would be perfect for your springtime notes (it’s National Card and Letter Writing Month). Or Mother’s Day gifts… want to create your own floral envelopes? For the floral shape, use your favorite one or download Silhouette’s free shape of the week.
So, remember yesterday I mentioned the 52 Hand-Lettered Project by Pen and Peplum? Well I thought I’d bring these Instagram posts to the blog and share them with you. Perhaps you will practice your hand-lettering along with us? We’re now into week 9. This week’s prompt is: How do you like your coffee? I love a good mild brew with absolutely nothing added to it. Americano all the way. Materials used: Black Cardstock Sakura Pen (white, gellyroll) How do you like… Read more »
I always love a good pattern… and this DIY Patterned Stationery makes me smile. Have you seen this week’s free shape from Silhouette? Go ahead… take a moment to hop over there and download it, I’ll be right here. Now, that you have it, I want to share how I made this cute patterned stationery set. It all started with a white pen. I tried the sketch pen, but the ink was too light for the textured surface of my cardstock…. Read more »