Lettering and Bullet Journaling Books
A few months ago I started to get really big into Bullet Journaling and wanting to learn about calligraphy and hand lettering to make my script and journaling more attractive. I’m new at brush lettering, calligraphy, and script so getting books was a must! I reached out to Ulysses Press who I have worked with several times before to review books on these subjects to help my son and I get better at brush lettering and more tips on journaling. As I was waiting for them to come in, I hopped on Amazon and purchased a practice book and Crayola Brush pens which I heard was great for beginners.
Beyond Bullets:This book is a go-to guide to help you better your creative journal. In this 127 page book, you will learn organization skills such as getting supplies, planning and templates, tips and tricks. Inspiration such as special pages, banners, doodle embellishments, inspiration from real journals.
Brush Pen Lettering: This 128 page book is a step-by-step guide to lettering words and phrases with a brush pen. This guide includes * DYI Projects * Tips & Tricks * Color Photographs * Inspiring Ideas * Step-by-step Instructions * Practice Sheets
Brush Pen Lettering Practice Book: The only way to get better at your script is practice practice practice. This book is designed to teach you the basics on brush lettering. Then loads of pages to help you practice your letters with worksheets on popular phrases like Wedding, Greetings, Happy Birthday, Congratulations and more!
Fun and Friendly Calligraphy for Kids: This 128 page guide helps children learn the real art of calligraphy. Too many schools are focusing less on penmanship and more on teaching computer skills. I have 3 young children and they love to get mail, I couldn’t imagine if that would stop. Teaching my son calligraphy will help with art, letters, thank you cards and so much more. The techniques learned in this book include: Several traditional writing techniques in addition to learning how to mix their own ink, decorate and enhance the alphabet, and create their own fun style.
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