Postcard Invitation by with Belluccia Calligraphy Font

A friend found this darling postcard using my Belluccia calligraphy font at

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It never gets old to see my font used on something so sweet!

I’m busy at work designing a new font, but in the meantime, you can check out my current two calligraphy fonts here.

Belluccia has remained on the Best Sellers list for 19 months was named one of Myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011 and is available at

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My second calligraphy font, Dom Loves Mary (a “December Rising Star” and  2012 Best Seller) is also available on

Wishing you a Whimsical Wednesday:)



1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Lisa
    Jul 18, 2013 @ 00:14:31

    I am looking at possibly purchasing your Dom loves Mary package with all the flourishes and such. I am looking to use the same idea that’s at the top of the above invitation. It’s to to the right and looks like wheat in the center. Can this flourish be done with this package?


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