This post is really exciting for me! In 2017, I wrote out one cocktail recipe a week and posted them in a series on Instagram called #offthebeatendrinks. Last year, I listed them all on Etsy so you can buy individual prints if a particular drink speaks to you. But I knew I wanted to come
This was an amazing project to work on! This bride had a last minute request for some calligraphy place cards on beautiful blue hexagon tiles. I had giant boxes of tile show up to my house and I immediately began unwrapping everything like a kid in a candy store. There were 238 in all and
I was contacted by this bride just two weeks before the big day. She wanted to get The Seven Blessings, a traditional blessing recited by a bride and a groom on their wedding, done in calligraphy. You can read more about them here. She requested them originally on one piece of paper, but seven is
My first calligraphy class was last August! In the past year I have had 14 classes students each (and I have a final one in November). So by the end of 2018 I will have taught over 150 people. This blows my mind. The biggest change in the past year has been the room itself.
Oh my goodness, this was so much fun and such a mystery to work on! I got contacted by Remy Thompson for some details for a styled shoot and I agreed to help. Styled shoots are fun because I just never know how all the details are going to come together in the end. When
I’ve done a few pieces for this client before, like a journal for her wedding and some house illustrations. This one might just be my favorite! She had a baby in January and wanted to hang a Tom Petty quote above the baby’s crib. I also added some whimsical florals along the bottom. Here was
Tori reached out to me about wedding signs and was a dream to work with. I love clients that are trusting. The best type of clients know what they want, but give you the freedom to execute it in your style. Tori was just like that. We discussed budget and signage and came up with