{Mail Day}

4.06.2011

Decorating a plain white envelope is a fun thing! Well, at least for me it is (^•^)
I started off with a plain white envelope, drew a little bird, added a large sticker, and stuck a patterned trim at the bottom. I also calligraphed the recipient's name in white ink. So far, my calligraphy is chicken scratch, but I really am trying. I will be good at it one day (^•^)...crossing my fingers.

wALOHAmer

9 comments :

  1. Your bird drawing is so good!

    I just mailed you a letter yesterday!

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  2. Thank you Jamie!
    Ooh can't wait (^•^) xo

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  3. ProlifikProjects14 April, 2011

    This is so kawai amazing!!! your so talented!!

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  4. Haha! Kawai amazing (^•^) mahalo Prolifik Projects.

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  5. I'm wondering how you started to learn calligraphy...I bought a book but it's all really formal and old fashioned. I'm dying to get better at it, though. Any recommendations?

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  6. Hi Emily! I really like "Mastering Copperplate Calligraphy" by Eleanor Winters. Her book comes highly recommended by many professionals and sources online. I'm still pretty much a newbie at it and I find that lots of practice does wonders! Keep writing and have fun with it too. :)

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  7. Your blog is lovely! Your handwriting looks so pretty and your photos are gorgeous! <3 You have a new fan...

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  8. Thanks Julie :) I love doing it. Your words mean a lot! (^•^) xo

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So happy you paid me a visit. Mahalo!
Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.
Proverbs 16:24

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