Hand Lettering for Beginners: Simple Techniques. Endless Possibilities. (Hardcover)
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Create beautiful lettering projects, quotes, birthday cards, and more once you’ve learned the basics of hand lettering from artist Sarah Ensign.
Have you always wanted to learn the secrets to create stunning letter art? Now you can! This book takes you through different hand lettering styles such as faux calligraphy, brush pen lettering, and creating basic font styles such as monoline, elegant, and brush pen scripts.
Sarah Ensign, author and influencer shares this fascinating craft with you through pages of colorful examples and worksheets that allow you to practice what you’ve learned. She also shares practical tips on supplies such as pen and paper, creating beautiful fonts, and master tricky connections, and planning layouts for quotes.
Simple Techniques and Endless Possibilities
In this colorful, hardcover book, you’ll find hands-on lettering worksheets and step-by-step guides that will quickly build your confidence. Explore your creativity with this fun, creative craft.
Hand lettering for Beginners has a fun, non-intimidating approach to guiding readers through hand lettering techniques and possibilities. This book will start a fascinating hobby that will allow you to grow your hand lettering skills and create your own unique projects.
About the Author
Sarah Ensign is a hand lettering artist and creator of EnsignInsights.com where she teaches hand lettering to thousands of people around the world. Through teaching and creative hand lettering, Sarah's goal is to share her love of life to strengthen her students, inspire their creativity as a source of happiness, and heal and uplift their spirits. She is passionate about helping others create their own happiness and finding their own self-worth through the creative process of hand lettering. You can find Sarah's hand lettering art and tutorials on Instagram (ensigninsights) or on YouTube (youtube.com/ensigninsights).
“Will turn illegible scribbles into intended inscriptions.” —Booklist