Hand lettering #3: Practice on greeting cards

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  1. dirk1heidi says:

    These are some beautiful self-made cards...

  2. Sheila @ beineffable.com says:

    I also really like it. I do quick things without a pencil. I don't have the patience to do it with pencil first. I was looking for those blank cards. Didn't know Bruna sells them. Good tip.

  3. Jeanine says:

    Very beautiful cards! How nice that you are so good at it. I recently started a bit with it in my bullet journal, but not nearly as well.

  4. Michelle says:

    Wow what beautiful cards! Just as if you bought them ready-made...

  5. Meike says:

    Very nice cards. I'm also a beginner and should take more time to practice. For Father's Day I went wild on a card. I then used a blank brown card with black fineliner and made accents with a white gel pen.

  6. Myriam says:

    Wow, your greeting cards look great! You're good at this.
    I've also thought about trying hand lettering, but I think I'd rather work with all kinds of fonts on my laptop. 🙂

  7. Yolanda says:

    What nice cards! You give me inspiration to try it too. 🙂

  8. Mirjam says:

    Wow! Isn't that a gift in itself to receive?! It doesn't get much more personal.

  9. M.Th. says:

    When I see those nice cards (and all those other “wow” things you make) of yours, I think, I'm going to do that too. Unfortunately, it usually doesn't happen. I'm a little jealous of you for actually doing it.

  10. Morgaine says:

    Wow, how beautiful that turned out and it is absolutely to your credit that you also dare to show failure, so that people who want to start see that everything needs practice, which then makes perfect 😉

    Yourself? no... not yet, let me crochet for a while, I now have 4 projects in total, number 1 you have already seen what I am working on, and then for myself, a blanket and a bag... is the intention 😉 In short, For now I can still work with the crochet hook, hahaha


  11. jeapiebel says:

    Beautifully done again! That's a good point about when things go wrong, it's easy to start over and just tear everything apart. That is nice to do if it is not so pricey.

  12. Nice cards! It is and remains a matter of practice. If only I had more time!

  13. Florentine says:

    How nice!!! I think it would be fun to make cards yourself <3

  14. Leonie says:

    You're really good at it!

  15. Betty says:

    Very good Els! You shouldn't shiver too much, because then they will all fail?
    You did well!??

  16. They are so much fun! I guess I don't have a steady hand for it.

  17. Simone says:

    What fun and beautiful cards! The quotes are also very nice. Whoever receives this will certainly be very happy with it!

  18. Romy says:

    They turned out so cute! I have only just started hand lettering and you inspire me to grab my twin markers for that too 🙂

  19. lisetteloves2017 says:

    The cards turned out very beautiful. I want to try it every time. But I find it difficult how to start...

  20. MarjonS says:

    Nice cards!
    I keep thinking, I'll try that too. But haven't gotten around to it yet.

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