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With the launch week of Brush Lettering with Watercolor coming to a close, I thought it would be fun to tie colorful letters into a quick tip design

If you've been here for any length of time, then you know I  have a slight obsession with watercolor. Part of it is mixing beautiful color combinations together, and another is creating abstract and

One of my favorite uses for the hand lettering I create is vectorizing it and using it digitally. When it's digital, you don't just have one copy anymore; you have

I've only recently started incorporating Illustrator texture brushes into my work, and I regret not doing it sooner! Illustrator texture brushes offer so much hand made feel with such little

I think it's pretty fair to say that diy embossing is reallllly popular right now. It's easy to see why; First, there's watching colorful powder stick magically to invisible ink. Next, there's witnessing

I've somehow always been drawn to really beautiful design on smaller items. It might just be the cuteness factor, but serious planning goes into hierarchy and layout in such a small space, and

This week is really fun. I was brainstorming some iPad lettering tutorials where I could share quick tips without being overwhelming, and recreating the Stranger Things logo came to mind.

Last week, I gave away a few freebie pdfs and this one was fully clickable. Being able to offer readers a clickable pdf has been a great way

Happy Tuesday! Today is one of my favorite kinds of Tuesdays, because I get to share a brand new class with you! I'm not going to lie, this

Let's talk about something that's massively important, but often gets overlooked: type on a path in Illustrator. You're probably already familiar with the ability to select any text and go effect >

There's no doubt you've encountered it before: typography with a watercolor texture built in. A while back, I shared how to replicate this cool effect in Photoshop. Today, I

I've been creating more patterns in the last year than I ever have before. Patterns are such a wonderful tool to add personality quickly to designs without a ton of