A few people have asked me to demonstrate how to use the Dom Loves Mary Calligraphy font flourishes. So I made my very first screen recording! It only took 4 tries:)
I’ve uploaded it to my You Tube channel. Hope it helps explain some things about the font and how the flourishes fit with the upper and lower case letters.
Since this is the first of many tutorials that I’ll be making, I’d appreciate some feedback about what I did well and what I could do differently.
I really want to get better at this, so your comments would be greatly appreciated!
Yesterday, I talked about the workshop I attended with Barbara Close. But I forgot to share the great gifts each attendee received.
They were handcrafted by Jeri Wright and Sherry Barber, Kaligrafos members who put the workshop together. They are both wonderful calligraphers and so creative and crafty.
For both items, they used a combination of wood, wire, beads and paint and lovingly hand made each one.
It really added to the warm feeling of the weekend.
Thanks Jeri and Sherry!
Here’s a graphic of Dom Loves Mary used on a wine bottle. The font is quickly climbing up the Hot New Fonts list!
Dom Loves Mary is now available for purchase at: Correspondence Ink Type foundry .
We put together specially priced packages to help you save money including:
The PRO VERSION complete with ALL THREE SCRIPT FONTS and a combined total of over 100 flourished ornaments.
Our ACCOUTREMENTS PACKAGE containing both sets of FLOURISHES for letter customization as well as our ADD-ON WORDS .
Want to have it all? The DOM LOVES MARY TOTAL DESIGN package is for you.
I’m sponsoring a give away of a set of wedding signs using the Dom Loves Mary font on Brenda’s blog through November 19.
- Belluccia has remained on the Best Sellers list for 16 months was named one of myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011.