We’ve all been there…
We get so excited about learning a new skill but then…
Life happens and weeks go by before we touch our tools again. We want to practice consistently, but we just don’t know what to practice or how to develop a feasible plan.
There’s so much information available on the internet, which is of course helpful, but also makes it difficult to streamline an actual routine – it sometimes can make you want to give up all together!
Don’t do it!
We need to keep this beautiful art form alive, and too many of us lose interest after the first intro to calligraphy class.
When we ran our free 5 day practice challenge, it motivated thousands of you to start thinking differently about how you practice calligraphy.
And we were blown away by your feedback and response.
But, as free challenges go, they have their limitations. We knew we wanted to provide something even better to help you truly transform your calligraphy practice.
We wanted to create a more intensive program that focuses on providing a long-term approach to practicing calligraphy.
A program where you could go at your own pace over a longer stretch of time and are given the material and accountability needed to dramatically improve your calligraphy skills.
When I first started my business over 15 years ago, the only service I offered was handwritten envelope addressing on envelopes provided by my clients. I knew nothing about printing or paper. I hadn’t written on wood signs or macarons or agate slices or ribbon. I hadn’t created custom maps or printed them on tote bags. I hadn’t ever considered teaching others via a starter kit, in person workshops or online courses. I hadn’t thought about writing a book. My beginning looked nothing like what I have achieved today with my business – and that is completely okay.
Everyone has a beginning, and with the art of calligraphy, everyone has to put in a lot of work to develop their skill.
Please try not to compare your beginning to someone else’s middle! We’ve all heard it, but I know it’s easier said than done.
If you’re stuck in that stage where you know how to use the tools but aren’t seeing true improvement in your skills, I want to help you move beyond that point. The only way to get there is to practice. And practice, and practice and practice.
This is why we created the Calligraphy Practice Plan.
The drills we’ve curated will help develop your consistency, overall skills with the tools & a sustainable practice routine.
Only YOU can put in the actual work, but I want to make it easier to tackle with a tangible plan to follow over the course of 5-weeks & beyond.
We’d love it if you’d join us!