Everything You Need to Learn Hand Lettering and Calligraphy In One Place
There are so many resources available today to learn hand lettering and modern calligraphy. I even have plenty of blogs posts on this topic, along with a page on all of my favorite supplies to help you get started. Keeping track of everything you need to learn hand lettering and calligraphy can be quite the task so I decided to simplify it and of course share it. It all starts with one of my true loves, Trello! (affiliate link)
The way I use Trello is constantly evolving but I always go back to it and use it in so many different ways. I have a weekly planning board, a business blueprint, my editorial calendar, and so many more boards to help me run my business and life seamlessly. But now I have a brand new resource board on hand lettering and calligraphy.
Like I mentioned above there are a lot of resources out there and I wanted a way to compile all of them so you can always find what you need quickly. The best thing about this board (besides that it’s free) is that you can make a copy of it to your own Trello account. Once you have your own copy of the board you can then add to it and modify so it works perfectly for you! This board is made for beginner hand letterers to advanced calligraphers and everyone in between.
Here’s a peak into the lists included in the board:
- Calligraphy and Hand Lettering Supplies
- Additional Supplies like paper, erasers, notebooks
- Learn Hand Lettering Resources
- Learn Modern Calligraphy Resources
- Blogs Posts on Hand Lettering and Calligraphy
- And More!
Each of these lists included countless cards that link directly to the resources. This makes it super easy to find your favorite calligraphy pens and worksheets in an instant. The board is also easy to customize, especially if you have your own favorite hand lettering resources that you want to add to the lists.
More Ways to Customize
I know that not everyone who practices calligraphy also practices hand lettering and vice versa. However I created the board with both sets of resources because it’s easy to remove the content that you don’t want instead of having two different boards. Plus there is some overlapping content so you might as well have access to it all.
Now if you’re ready to get access to this board (for free) just sign up below with your email address. Once you do this you’ll receive a link to the Trello board. From there all you have to do is make sure you have a Trello account (affiliate link). Next you just copy the board to your own boards and start using it right away!
If you’re looking for more ways to use Trello I have plenty of other blog posts about Trello: