I use this sheet to keep track of audience numbers across various mediums from RSS through to my mailing list. The design is very simple and there is plenty of space to write your numbers. Download your copy here.
Loving these kinda masculine cards from Small Adventure. Great illustrations and messages. They really make me want to get out in great outdoors!
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I’ve always loved the look of calligraphy. I admire the precision and skill a person must have to be proficient at it. I’ve tried it myself over the years but I tend to end up with a neater version of my own scrawling handwriting, which just doesn’t cut it.
If you’re interested in learning how to calligraph perhaps The No Fuss Calligraphy Starter Kit from Printable Wisdom will help? It comes complete with:
- – One calligraphy brush pen
- – Two sample alphabets
- – Instructional pages covering strokes, flourishes, connections, and more
- – Practice pages
- – Personal calligraphy exemplar page
- – Three guided projects
- – Freestyle project pages
The book looks beautiful and the projects look easy to follow which is great if you’re a beginner. Are you keen to try your hand at calligraphy?
Love everything about this. (Source)
Guys, Hannah in the House just blew my mind with her incredibly simple DIY Wall Hanging Planner. I have 4 inspiration boards in my office – all are covered with notes and images to help my with my fiction writing. I’m at the point where I kinda need another – just to jot notes on etc – and Hannah’s solution is perfecto! All you need is a roll of poster paper, a leather cord, some beads and a couple of bulldog clips and voilà!
I’m making one this weekend! I am so jazzed! Yes, it’s sad how excited I am!
(Image credit: Hannah in the House)
I don’t think I’ve ever seen any art that is more beautiful than these diamonds by South African artist Kurt Pio. They are breathtaking and I want them all.
O.K. papernerds I’m going to call it. These sticky notes are the best sticky notes I’ve seen, ever. They are the brainchild of young, British designer Duncan Shotton. There are 10 pack-types that depict natural landscapes and environments, as well as a set of cities, along with their famous landmarks, buildings and even a fictional character or two! Ahhhh! So cute! (Thanks to the Australian Writers Centre podcastfor alerting me to them)