It’s always good to challenge ourselves, even though it can be the hardest thing in the world to try something new, knowing that it could fail. With Arney Walker’s Painterly Prose calligraphy, we are reminded that taking the plunge can be the most rewarding way to learn.
Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice
A breathe of fresh air for a Friday morning, brought to you by Ralph Waldo Emerson and Elizabeth Hardin of HardInk Calligraphy. It’s giving us a little spring fever while there’s still some snow on the ground here in Pennsylvania.
These rustic floral wedding invitations have it all… blush and coral peony patterns, textured cardstocks, torn edges, a sweet puppy… all topped with a soft custom crest wreath. We love the variety in the usage of the blooms. Sketchy and fading on the envelope liner, lavishly painted on the ensemble folder, and delicately blossoming on the wreath monogram. The couple featured their pup and hiking boots on the information card to add a touch of personality to the garden wedding invitation theme. We have many, many kinds of peony invitations, including this lovely rustic example on wood found here. Without a doubt, […]
Welcome to our newest Painterly Prose contributor, Laura Hooper! A sweet calligraphy style for an enlightening thought from one of the great minds of our time. Ever have the feeling that you’re on the verge of a something awesome? It’s a big world out there, why not go see what’s out there!
We all love Beatrix Potter’s classic illustrations, and here is a nice thought from her for your Friday morning, penned by Mallory Hopkins.