Hello beautifuls . . .
Deep breath . . .
. . . you know I have been practicing my penmanship. (Sister Agnatus, grade two . . . my best teacher, would be so proud of me. I believe she will feed my courage from above.)
. . . a little nervous because I want the envelopes to be “parfait”!
Inspired by Lauren’s amazing hand at “a fabulous F E T E “ , I sought class time with Alycia at Paper Delights.
This very moment, on the farm table . . . a once in a lifetime weekend
workout exercise awaits me.
I’m going with . . . modern brush calligraphy.
Wish me love, luck and magic . . .
You know I always wish it back to you times 34!
Can’t wait to see all the beautiful invitations! ♥ Hugs, Jody
I will have to figure a way to share without showing addresses . . .
What a beautiful craft and kudos to you as I believe they will be awesome!
Thank you Joan. I am working on them before and after work. I hope to have them finished by Friday!
The above examples of writing are beautiful. What a fabulous skill to develop and perhaps a new business writing invitations and addressing their envelopes!
Thank you, Elizabeth. I have many more hours of practice before I could market this skill. In mean time the effort is performed with love.
BE a U ti f u l! You’ve got this…luck and magic. xo
PS Love the touch of spring on 34th’s door sign …and the welcome note (quote) …perfect. 😉