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Hi Ladies!

 

I picked up three different size calligraphy pens this weekend. a 2.0, 3.5 and 5.0. So, I've been working with all 3 and definitely go with the smaller point if you plan on doing any of this yourself. The 2.0 pen is working great and allows for a lot more individuality in the writing. The larger tips make it more difficult (at least for me, at this early stage in the game).

 

I'm going to keep practicing, but already like the way the 2.0 tip works with just my regular handwriting. Jazzes it up and makes it look more formal for the invitations.

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This thread brings up a good point. Are we supposed to hand address wedding invitations? I hope not b/c my handwriting is awful and I don't want to have to ask anyone else to address them! :-O But if I have to do my own, thanks for the tip on the smaller pen!

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This thread brings up a good point. Are we supposed to hand address wedding invitations? I hope not b/c my handwriting is awful and I don't want to have to ask anyone else to address them! :-O But if I have to do my own, thanks for the tip on the smaller pen!
We talked about this on some other threads a while back ... let me see if I can find them and I'll link to them for you. Some people are printing them, others are hand writing them. I think it's totally up to you, though.
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This thread brings up a good point. Are we supposed to hand address wedding invitations? I hope not b/c my handwriting is awful and I don't want to have to ask anyone else to address them! :-O But if I have to do my own, thanks for the tip on the smaller pen!
Here ya go!

http://bestdestinationwedding.com/fo...lligraphy.html
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2 of my friends offered to calligraphy mine. I bought a 2.0 marker so I could give it a shot too. I'm home sick today & I'm having so much fun with this. I am just looking at the examples on this website & copying them. First Impressions Calligraphy - Hand Calligraphy

 

I have terrible handwritting, but my calligraphy is looking pretty. It's fun too. I suggest getting a calligraphy pen even if you don't do the calligraphy. It will make your regualr handwritting better like tami mentioned.

 

My pen was only $2.50. its actually a marker. There is a 2.0 pen on one side & a 5.0 on the other. The smaller one is definitly easier.

 

I feel kind of bad because one of my friends was going to come over this weekend & do her half of them. I don't think there will be any left by then. I'm having such a good time doing this.

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I feel kind of bad because one of my friends was going to come over this weekend & do her half of them. I don't think there will be any left by then. I'm having such a good time doing this.
That's too funny! At least you are having fun.
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Morgan, are you just basically trying to copy the strokes while looking at the style sheet? can you take a picture and show us how they look? haha i really want to calligraphy my envelopes on my own, and i was thinking about signing up for a class at papersource the other day actually

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