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So far Molly Paulick has created 30 blog entries.

My 4 Best Tips for Writing on Perishable Items

It’s no secret that I love to write on all sorts of objects and surfaces. My clients come up with the most creative ideas like these recent Himalayan salt glasses I did for a wedding designed by Lauryn Prattes. If I can add whimsy to a celebration with my calligraphy, I’m one happy camper. You know that show, Will They Blend it? It’s kind [...]

Our Wedding Calligraphy Book Launch Party

We are so, so excited to see our Wedding Calligraphy book launch party from earlier this year featured on Martha Stewart Living! {Click HERE to read the feature on Martha Stewart Living} Publishing a book has been a longtime dream of mine, and being able to celebrate with an incredible team of vendors led by Grit & Grace was truly the icing on the [...]

10 of Our Favorite Thanksgiving Cocktails {& Mocktails!}

The holidays are always just a bit more special when paired with a specialty cocktail so we pulled a list of our favorite Thanksgiving themed cocktails for you to try this year. We even included some mocktails for those foregoing alcohol for any reason - you deserve something special, too! . There is literally something fun and sparkly fun for everyone. . And what [...]

2017-11-08T10:28:08+00:00 November 9th, 2017|Calligraphy, Decor, Party & Lifestyle|

My Favorite Nibs to Use for Addressing Envelopes

Whenever people ask what I love working on the most, the answer is simple for me: envelope addressing. It’s the very first service that I offered to clients when I started out 15 years ago & I love knowing my envelopes are the first impression into my client’s celebration of marriage. Being part of their love story is such an honor. Most of the [...]

2017-11-02T09:35:50+00:00 November 2nd, 2017|Calligraphy, Wedding Stationery, Learn Calligraphy|

Tips for Left-Handed Calligraphy Learners

Are you left-handed and have always struggled with the way the world caters to right-handed people? Particularly with art supplies and pens in particular? I’m guessing your palm always gets smudged with ink no matter how hard you try. When learning calligraphy, we frequently get asked “Do you have any tips for lefties?” or “Is it even possible for a leftie to learn calligraphy?”. [...]

2017-10-19T10:21:52+00:00 October 19th, 2017|Calligraphy, Learn Calligraphy|

5 Truths About Working From Home

One of the greatest things about being a full time calligrapher is the freedom to work from home and another is of course being your own boss. The flexible schedule, the ability to manage your projects and clients the way you want to, and the freedom to focus on what you really need to do without coworkers interrupting you are just some of the [...]

2017-10-13T20:31:51+00:00 October 12th, 2017|About Laura, Calligraphy Business 101, Business Tips|

How to use Calligraphy on Ribbon

Lettering on beautiful ribbon is one of those projects you see online & it looks gorgeous, but when it comes time to attempt it yourself, you often find a lot of ink bleeding. But…you can beat the system with these simple steps! SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED Wax Freezer paper  Paint pen Ribbon - Honey Silks Co 1” Iron STEP 1 // Cut ribbon to desired size [...]

Why we developed the Calligraphy Practice Plan

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 [...]

2017-09-28T11:33:08+00:00 September 28th, 2017|About Laura, Calligraphy, Learn Calligraphy|