I’ve created another tutorial:)
In this “How to” I cover the use of some of the Dom Loves Mary font ADD ON’s and ORNAMENTAL FLOURISHES to spice up your design.
Before I get to it, I wanted to send a shout out of thanks to Lettering Time blog for featuring my new cursive font, Dom Loves Mary.
It’s always lovely to see a posting about my work. But to see it on a blog from Spain was really cool! Muchas Gracias!
Today’s tutorial will feature an invitation design by Nessa Sander of Cardgirl Invitations.
She also added an ornamental flourish from the Dom Loves Mary Stylistic version of the font and used the same version for the words “dress to kill”.
I specifically created the ADD ON’s (66 commonly used words for invitations and stationery products) for use with, not only my calligraphy fonts, but with fonts you already own.
So I was excited to see that Nessa had done just that in this invitation.
Now on with the show and tell.
(I tried to share more details for beginners so feel free to fast forward through those parts:)
Thanks to everyone for the great feedback on the last one.
It’s helping me improve!
Please share your thoughts on this one as well.
Here’s a graphic of Dom Loves Mary used on specialty soap packaging.
Dom Loves Mary is now available for purchase at: Correspondence Ink Type foundry . It’s currently #10 on the Hot New Fonts list! Thanks for your help spreading the word:)
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.