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Candice Williams

Plays with ink calligraphy

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Different hand calligraphy envelopes

I really like this hand. It is the easiest on that I do. It can be done with dip pen or any smooth writing pen. I did a staggered layout, which I never tried before, but I think looks very nice. 

My stantard hand, which didn't come out so well, I was still learning a new nib

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A Little something different, I still have to work on alignment

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Sweet. I like this one.

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Walnut ink

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More envelope practice this weekend with vintage nibs!

I looked up famous fictious addresses online and found some favorites.

I just finished watching the Avengers for the ump-teenth time and look what I found,

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I did a technique I call overwriting. Using a Sakura gelly roll glitter pen rewrite the word only quickly and not trying to follow the letters exactlly.

Harry Potter fan?

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And last but not least, Sherlock. I was too excited to wait for the ink to dry to take a picture so excuse the guidelines.

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This is Walnut ink with white pen highlights

Some reular envelopes

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My new favorite holder and nib combo. Hiro 40 am an e+m cork tipped holder.

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Time for letters to Father Christmas. Walnut ink with Sakura gelly roll glitter gold, green and red

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White on red (that didn't dry long enough before erasing)

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