Lettering Art Studio New Website Launched!


My new website is up! It incorporates my website and blog on the same site.   It’s actually been up for a while but I’m just now getting around to asking you to make the switch to my shiny new blog.  Pretty please??

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Here’s the Home page.  See. I’m right there welcoming you:)

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Here’s the Hand Lettering Page.  You can scroll through and see samples of my custom work.

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This is the DIY Wedding page.  I’m all about helping DIY Brides have the look for less using my calligraphy fonts !

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And of course there’s my Cursive Font page that features Belluccia and Dom Loves Mary with lots of pics to peruse.

Don’t they look nice together?

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And last but not least, is my new Blog page.

Starting next week I’ll only be posting on the new blog, with a link to it from here.

So if you have bookmarked this blog, you can update it with the new link: http://letteringartstudio.com/blog/

If you use an RSS  Reader ( like Google Reader) here’s the new feed : http://letteringartstudio.com/feed/

Oh and while you’re there, if you want you can also “follow me” ( sounds a little stalker-ish) on Pinterest and Twitter and “Like “me on Facebook.  Cause that’s what all the cool kids are doing:)

Thanks from the bottom of my heart for still hanging with me.

Have a Wise Wednesday!

Debi

Check out my current two calligraphy fonts Belluccia and Dom Loves Mary  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 myfonts.com.

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

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Calligraphy Fonts by Laura Worthington


I am a HUGE fan of Laura Worthington.  She’s a fabulous human being, as well as a top notch designer of beautiful calligraphy fonts.

As a gifted lettering artist and graphic designer she found her calling when she began designing type.

Her large selection of fonts can be found on Best Sellers lists all over the web and a large number have earned the honor of Rising Star and the Most Popular fonts annual list.

She has also had the honor of being interviewed as one of Myfonts “Creative Characters.” I can only dream:)

Feast your eyes on just a handful of her cursive fonts starting with “Funkydori”.

“Funkydori” was selected as one of the Most Popular fonts of 2012 on Myfonts.com.

I love the overall weight of it and the thick swashes that add plenty of “funk”.  It’s cool without trying to be.

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Gioviale, moves and sways with ease.

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Hummingbird feels like a light garden breeze.

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And Samantha Script feels like a classic script with a touch of whimsy.

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More of her script fonts include Alana and Origins, which was one of her first fonts.

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Any of these would be great choices for invitations depending on the style you want to evoke.

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Newer fonts with a fun feel are Buckley...

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and her latest release, Mandevilla which is currently on sale. Get all three weights for the price of one!

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Oh and she creates great wallpaper patterns too!

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I just can’t get enough of her work.  And there’s so much more to see!

Check out all of her fonts here.

Because of Laura’s encouragement, I felt confident enough to begin the process of creating my own fonts.

I have two so far, Belluccia and Dom Loves Mary and am working on my next one. I LOVE designing my very own alphabets and hope to release several more this year.

I owe her a debt of gratitude for inspiring me to keep moving forward on this exciting journey.

She’s who I wanna be when I grow up:)

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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 myfonts.com.

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

Wishing you a Titanium Tuesday:)

Debi

Calligraphy font on Cute Door Hangers


Doorhangers from "Thoughtfully Designed" on Etsy

Aren’t these darling? Just received this pic from Stephanie Tunches of the Vintage Modern Bride .  I created the bride and groom names ( Stephanie and Mathew) in my Belluccia font stlye (available at  myfonts.com ) for use with their December 3 wedding projects.  She sent the artwork to Laura at Thoughtfully Designed .  Laura added the names to make these personalized door hangers!  Check out Laura’s other wedding items including memorial candles and lockets.

If you are in the DIY mode, this project would be a fairly simple one.  Just create the artwork on the computer.  (The Belluccia font family also includes flourishes and ornaments, including a bridal dress, black tie and Just Married car, that would work well for a project like this.)  Print on cardstock. Cut a circle with a large hole puncher and a slit so that it can easily slide on and off a doorknob. Then use a corner cutter to create the rounded corners.

You could also create door hangers for your out of town guests that say  ” Shhh! Please do not disturb. We’ve been partying all night at the wedding of  Stephanie and Mathew!”  Don’t you just love fun little details like this?

Retro Teal and Black Wedding Invitation


I thought I’d share an idea I came up with for DIY brides who are looking for a fun retro look.  These samples were all created with my Belluccia Calligraphy font available at myfonts.com, which was designed with brides ( especially DIY!) and Wedding invitation designers in mind.

Invitation in Light Teal and Black with Pink accents

I love this combination of light Teal and Black with Pink and White accents brought in by the flowers.  The rose comes from a dish pattern from the 50″s that my mother-in-law owned.  For the envelope, I used white with teal accents and a pink rose detail. I love how those colors pop on the black background.

Table number in Light Teal and Black

The paper comes from my heaven on earth, Paper Source!

Place card with floral design

Our Wedding sign with roses

My neighbor happened to be throwing out some pieces of wood so I grabbed this one for the “Our Wedding” sign painted with acrylic paint.  All of the above can be created using  my Belluccia font, flourishes and ornaments ( the rose is included in the set of ornaments). So you can have the beautiful look of custom calligraphy without the cost. Hope you are inspired!

Coco Chanel inspired calligraphy for DFW Events and Brides of North Texas Magazine


I was thrilled to be selected as one of the vendors for DFW Events magazine spread in The Brides of North Texas latest issue hitting news stands August 9!

First here’s a peek at the “Inside the Inspiration” video created by BEYOND.

Brides of North Texas /DFW Events CoCo Chanel photo shoot

Now here’s my pics of the pieces while they were still in my studio. ( not as good as professional but they’ll do in a pinch:)

Pink and black invitation and envelope for Coco Chanel shootThe invitation and envelope were designed to work with the striking pink and black theme.  I chose a non-traditional script in all lower case that, like Coco, breaks some of the rules:)  I always love to use an ampersand as a design element. In this case, it’s done in white to add a little more interest to the envelope.

French saying around edge of glass charger plate, "merci" card

I loved the idea of using actual french sayings about love to grace the plates.  In this pic, I used the lettering as a design element on the glass charger.  I also did several small signs that said “merci”.  The one they chose used pink shimmer card stock with black lettering. It was cut down and placed on the Chanel bottle in the video.  They also chose a name card using the same combination that was placed one of the favors-a bar of french soap.

I forgot the actual translation of this particular saying but I remember the thought being that when you love someone, instead of looking in the direction of each other, it’s better if you are both looking in the same direction to the future.  But don’t quote me on that:)

French saying brush lettering on plate

“The price of love is only love”.  A perfect sentiment for a wedding plate.  The lettering is done with a brush and gouache paint.  I’ve actually been meaning to experiment with doing it in permanent paint so it could be given as a gift  and used by the Bride and Groom at their recepetion.  ( And maybe for anniversary dinners !)

I will have to put that on my to do list:)

Table numbers for Coco Chanel shoot

Loved working with beads and wire to put together these table numbers.  A DIY post will follow soon!  The perfect choice for the photo shoot was “No.5” of course!

Je taime hand lettered on black plate in pink

The iconic “Je taime” ( I love you)  and the Eiffel tower were done in both pink on black and black on white, which is what they chose for the photo shoot.  This combination was the perfect fit for this occassion!

Quote by Coco Chanel

Last but not least, is a framed saying by Coco Chanel using my Belluccia calligraphy font!

brush lettered "enchante"

brush lettered "tres bien"

These are two of the plates that didn’t get used.  It’s always fun to see which items get chosen.

Merci Beaucoup! to DFW Events and Brides of North Texas Magazine for allowing me to be a part of this stunning issue !

Have a great saying to be permanently painted on a plate?  Let me know.  When I do my sample, I may end up using your saying and giving you the plate!

My calligraphy font Belluccia of the”Correspondence Ink” type foundry is still  #3 on the Best Sellers list on myfonts.com.   In addition it will soon also be sold on Fontbros.com. I’ll let you know when.

By the way, my next “Intro to Calligraphy” class will be held October 8 from 1-4 pm at Paper Source in North Park Center.  There is limited seating and the class fills up fast.  So get a spot now.  Call Paper Source at 214-696-4400.

To connect with me here are the following links:  Letterheadgirl on Twitter, Lettering Art Studio facebook page, My pics on Flickr, Lettering Art Studio website

Calligraphy Lettering and Flourishing Practice


My Practice folder

Whenever people take my workshop they always want to know what the secret is to becoming proficient in calligraphy.  Practice!  It’s that simple.  There’s nothing better.

I was pleasantly surprised to hear Master Penman, Harvest Crittenden say the same thing.  Many people at the recent  IAMPETH convention ( International Association of Master Penmen and Teachers of Handwriting) that I attended a few weeks ago were commenting to her that they would never be able to do what she does.  Now, she is a master, but she still breaks it down stroke by stroke.  She implored everyone who took her pictorial flourishing class to do the same.

That really inspired me. Always looking to improve my hand skills, I decided to dedicate 1 hour, 3 times a week to practicing.  Since I started, I’ve actually done it every day and sometimes for more than an hour!  I found it so relaxing in contrast to my commissioned work, to just allow myself the freedom to play and learn.

So I thought I would share my practice sheets.  Perhaps they’ll inspire you to practice something you hope to get better at.  Whether it’s calligraphy, a foreign language, computer skills…whatever!  Practice really is the key.  I would also like to learn to speak very basic Italian for a trip next fall.  I bought the DVD.  Now I need to set up a weekly time to watch it.  What skill would you like to improve?  I’d love to know.

Original plant and feather drawings and an attempt to copy Jake Weidmann's bird flourish

Original plant and feather drawings and a copy of Jake Weidmann's bird flourish


You’ll notice in the pic above that I have “copied” the bird flourish that Jake Weidmann, newly inducted Master Penman, created in the class I took from him.  When you are practicing there is nothing wrong with putting a sheet of paper over a drawing or lettering that someone else did to get a feel for how they made the strokes.  It’s not okay to do that and then say it was your own.  But to help “put the memory in the muscle” it’s fine to do this for practice.  One day I will come up with my own bird flourish!

Milk Vase with florals

This Milk Vase with Florals is a sample of a technique taught by Linda Schneider, another extremely talented calligrapher and artist. Linda is best known for her work on Papyrus greeting cards.

Floral Design

Floral Design

This floral design was inspired by some of the flowers I see on my daily walk.

Feather and plant designs

The above pic is a mix of basic strokes used in creating feathers and plants.

Thank You

Just a quickly lettered “Thank You”.

Birthday Card for Reena

Sometimes something I’ve come up with in a practice session finds it’s way on a hand written/illustrated card.  This one will go out in the mail tomorrow.

I hope I’ve inspired you to play and learn at the same time!

Welcome Banner artwork printed on "Paper Bag" card stock from Paper Source

Until August 20th all new subscribers will receive a JPEG of my original artwork of a Welcome Banner ( for personal use only).  This is the first of many giveaways for my subscribers!  If you’ve used it to create anything, send me a pic so I can post it!

Belluccia font

I’m thrilled to say my calligraphy font, Belluccia of the”Correspondence Ink” type foundry is still #2 on the Hot New Fonts list and #3 on the Best Sellers list on myfonts.com.   In addition it will soon also be sold on Fontbros.com. I’ll let you know when.

By the way, my next “Intro to Calligraphy” class will be held October 8 from 1-4 pm at Paper Source in North Park Center.  There is limited seating and the class fills up fast.  So get a spot now.  Call Paper Source at 214-696-4400.

To connect with me here are the following links:  Letterheadgirl on Twitter, Lettering Art Studio facebook page, My pics on Flickr, Lettering Art Studio website

Colorado Wedding Invitation Suite in Blush Pink


I was thrilled when I got the call from Colorado wedding planner Paige Goodson  to do custom calligraphy for one of her bridal clients. Paige was lovely to work with.  The distance between Texas and Colorado posed no problem. Between e-mails and chats on the phone we quickly narrowed down the look the bride wanted.

I created the invitation, RSVP card and return address using my Belluccia lettering style, which by now you know has been made into a font. ( http://new.myfonts.com/search/Bellucia/fonts/)

It was thermographed in olive green on a beautiful blush pink shimmer card stock.   A lighter blush pink moire paper is sandwhiched in between the top and bottom pieces of the invitation and serves as a lining for the envelope as well.

I addressed the envelopes in matching olive green using the Belluccia lettering style to complete the look of the suite.  I love when everything comes together and makes a bride so happy and excited to send out her invitations!

The added surprise in all of this is that the bride turned out to be the sister of a Allison Holmes, a Dallas resident and overall  lovely gal, who took my calligraphy class at the Paper Source store in January.

Well as the saying goes, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.  The bride, Courtney was just as darling as her sis.

How do I know?  She just happened to be in town and so the three of us met for coffee in North Park Center after my last calligraphy class.

They were kind enough to meet me with my favorite after class treat already waiting for me.  ( An almond croissant and coffee from La Madeleine French Bakery & Cafe!)

I brought a few of the envelopes that I had addressed to give her a peek and she just about toppled the table over with excitement!

Now that is the reaction that every calligraphy loves:) When she found out a couple at the next table were also getting married she enthusiastically showed them my work.  Love that!

So many thanks to Courtney, Allison, Mom Nancy and Wedding Planner Paige for allowing me to play a small part in this wonderful event.  I hope we can meet again in Dallas or Colorado!

While it’s true I will never be the mother of the bride,  I get to play one in my work:)  How cool is that?!

Unique Guest book with calligraphy font


Guest book chalkboard signage

To wind up coverage of the July 3 wedding of Caroline and Rob, here is the Guest book and the darling Guest book sign I promised to show you.  First a little background story.

Deni ( The lovely and talented Mother of the Bride) shared the proposal story with me.

If memory serves me, Rob came over to Caroline’s and asked her is she wanted to take a hike in the nearby Blue Ridge Parkway where they often went for such ventures.  She was cranky and tired but agreed to go.  She kept complaining the whole way up until they finally  reached a favorite scenic stopping point, which is where he proposed.  I’m certainly not giving it the flair it deserves but the point is, the book they picked to use as their Guest book is a photo montage of the Parkway.

Page from the Blue Ridge Parkway photo book

So without further adeiu, here it is:

Blue Ridge Parkway Guest Book

As always I used the Belluccia font style ( I hand lettered it in this case).  ( Here’s the link to see the whole Belluccia font family: http://new.myfonts.com/search/Bellucia/fonts/ )

I lettered on cover stock paper that matched one of the tannish gold colors on the book then added the blue and white for a nice pop.

You can easily create this look yourself by hand or on the computer.

Layout the design using the Belluccia font. If using the computer, print on an 8.5″ x 11″.  If you are going to try your hand at tracing the font, you’ll need a light table. ( This is how Deni created all her projects- by tracing the font.)

Place the printed design under the final paper you’ll be lettering on.  Trace lightly with a pencil.

Go over the lettering carefully using either a regular or brush marker, gel pen or paint pen. If you feel really adventurous, you can try your hand at using paint and a brush!

You’ll want extra sheets of the final paper for testing and just in case it doesn’t turn out the first time.  It happens to the best of us:)

Once it’s done, cut out the design ( if you used an 8.5 “x 11″ for printing- if you hand lettered on  a 12″ x 12″ you’re ready to attach to book) and attach to a larger scrapbook paper (12″ x 12”).

Cut and attach that paper to fit the inside page of the book.  Double sided scrapbook tape or spray adhesive will both work.  The adhesive can be tricky to work with though.  Find pics of  instructions on this blog in the older entry dated April 14th, 2011.

Here’s a few more pics to show the steps for this one.

Drawing out the design before hand lettering

When I’m going to hand letter a design, I first do a pencil sketch to look at the size and placement of the words.  Then I put this on my light table placing the paper I’ll be lettering on top.  This ensures the final design is exactly where I want it.

Final design with pencil sketch

Final design attached to the first inside page of the book

When attaching the final page into the book, I think it’s good to leave about .25 ” all around.  It frames it nicely and gives you a little wiggle room when attaching.

I just love the whole idea of having a Guest book that can sit on your coffee table filled with lovely wishes and recalling such a sweet moment in your life:)

This idea is becoming popular.  I just had a client call me and send me a picture from the April 14th  post I created  to show me what she wanted  for her sister’s guest book.   She is giving it to her as a gift.  Lovely idea!

I may have to do this for the next shower I’m invited to:)

I told her she was in luck, since I was the creator of it:)  So I know exactly what to do. I can’t wait to see which book she chose.

Do you have any books you think would make a great guest book?  I’d love to check them out.

Give away alert!  When I return from my calligraphy convention, I’ll be giving away an illustration from my Country Chic themed ornament set ( Still being created.) to all my subscribers.  All you need to do is either subscribe to my blog  or, if you are already a subscriber, simply  make a comment on any of my posts !

More DIY Chalkboard Wedding Signs !


As some of you may know, I’ve had a Mom of the Bride, Deni, testing out my Belluccia font by creating DIY projects with it for her daughter’s wedding.  Well the wedding took place this past July 3 in Charlottesville.  So I’m excited that I can finally reveal pics of the projects she created with my font.

The professional photographers will be much better I’m sure:)  I’ll post those when I get them.  But I just couldn’t wait to share some of what she created. I hope they will  give you an idea of things that can be made using the Belluccia font, flourishes, ornaments and borders.  I really am impressed with Deni’s work.

It does take time but if you want to save some money and still have fabulous looking details, this is a great option.

Let’s start with the sign outside of the Church that let guests know what the bride was wearing related to these 4 traditional categories : “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue”.

"Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue"She used the Belluccia font for the lettering, and the Belluccia bridal dress and ring ornaments as added illustrations.  How cute is that!

Next, at the reception, these signs were posted to show the lawn game options. I can’t wait to see the photographer’s pics of these! Love how the use of simple flourishes can add so much charm:)

Lawn game signs

To help guests find their seats, she created different sized signs covering the alphabet from A-Z and hand lettered the list of guests.  She was going to add the actual table number once she got them set up at the location.  Love the fun details she added, again using the font family.

Table assignment sign

Table assignment sign

Table assignment sign- lots of people with last names starting with "S"

How darling is this!  She used ornaments ( Cake, invitation, bouquet, rings and I love you note) in a wonderful combination to create this Wedding Sign.  Then added Caroline and Rob’s names and the wedding date with the font.  Again, sorry for the bad pics. If you don’t know, you would pay hundreds of dollars for a professional to create these.  So cool to be able to help people create  this very trendy signage while saving cost.

Wedding Sign at the reception

There’s actually  more items where Deni applied her magic, but I will save it for the next post.

In the meantime, to make your very own DIY projects with the Belluccia font, flourishes, ornaments and borders just go here to purchase : http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/correspondence-ink/belluccia/  I recommend the Belluccia Pro package.  It gives you 4 fonts in one! Receive special pricing when you purchase all three  accoutrements

( flourishes, ornaments and borders).  What would you do with the font?

DIY Mailing Box with Calligraphy Font Cookie


I recently sent out 60 mailing boxes with a delicious cookie to help promote my new calligraphy font, Belluccia.   Who wouldn’t love to get a yummy treat in the mail??  They needed to be functional, so the cookie didn’t break in the mail, as well as pretty!

I’ve created invitations lettered on cookies before, so the how- to’s were already a given.  ( Check them out on my website: www.letteringartstudio.com)  But I thought I’d share the process with people who might like to create something similar.  Luckily, my helper Michelle was willing to play “Vanna” for this instructive video.

Enjoy!

Belluccia calligraphy font on a cookie

Here’s a still shot of the final cookie with Belluccia font printed on it.

I’ll soon be posting more how-to’ s for DIY projects using my font as well as tutorials to show all the cool things you can do with the Belluccia font, flourishes, ornaments and borders.

I’m thrilled at the reception it has gotten.  It’s now #3 on the Hot New Fonts list on Myfonts.com.  Take a peek!

Subscribe to this blog and start receiving my special give-aways.  I’ll be setting up a contest soon with prizes related to the Belluccia font for my subscribers.  Stay tuned!

Right now, I’m  busy working on my next font as well as a set of “Country Chic” ornaments!  Think mason jar with flowers, barns, wooden signs, etc..  I’d love to hear what particular objects  you’d like to see included  in this set of ornaments.

If you are a bride or invitation designer, leave a comment with your suggestion.  If I use it, you could win a set of  “Country Chic “ornaments !

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