You finish a lovely piece. You are so proud of it. You are so relieved it is done. Then, you leave it out to admire it a while before shipping it off to the client and your cat jumps onto the table, lands on top of it and bends the paper!! It happens. It has certainly happened to me... well, okay, normally it's my fault not the cat's. Here's how I fix the situation instead of starting from scratch.
Let's face it. Dip pen is not as travel-friendly as other writing utensils. Here's how I keep packing simple and ensure no luggage ink spill disasters.
You really can't get any more breathtaking than pointed pen calligraphy on handmade paper! But, how do you deal with all those fibers (the very thing that makes the handmade paper so yummy) getting in your nib and totally ruining your calligraphy day? Here's my super simple trick.
Hand calligraphic engraving can be done on glass, metal, stone, and many other surfaces. It is perfect for extra memorable gifts or for live promotional events. Using professional equipment that is quiet and portable, I can create a unique attraction at a product launch or special party. Everyone loves seeing their own name in beautiful script and they love even more seeing it created live while they watch!
Who doesn't love calligraphy on agate?! Pretty + Pretty = Stunning!! But it can be tricky to get the ink to stick and the lines to look nice. Here, I'm sharing my tricks with you. I'd love to hear what you think or if you have found any other helpful techniques.