of June and birth flowers ( June Free Desktop Calendar is here!)

Can you believe we are halfway this year already?! Oh gosh, if there is something I look forward to, it is the beautiful summer days here in Vancouver. Picnics, hiking, beach and just eating ice cream because it's hot ( LOL) is finally here! 

For the month of June, my desktop calendar showcases brush lettering using the Tombow Dual Brush #N55. It produces a beautiful gradient of grey depending on how much pressure you put on it while writing. I also incorporated some rose wreath in line drawing, it is said to be June's birth flower! 

By the way, if you are eager to learn the art of Modern Brush Lettering we will be holding another workshop this June 25th at Making Memories with Scrapbooking. Click here for more details.

I hope you welcome this month with a good vibe that will last for the rest of the year. As for me, wedding season is here already so it will be busy but then again let's just try to slow down, stop and smell the flowers :) 

Love, 
Maurelle

Click here for our Free Desktop Calendar for the  month of June 2017!

 

One of my favorite brush pens!

Hello friends!

So here is our May Calendar for download. :) 

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When people ask me about my favourite brush pens, one the first things I mention is the Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen.   This is what I used to write the word "May" on current desktop calendar. I like how it is not too flexible and good for lettering smaller pieces. It comes in a hard or soft bristle but I tend to prefer the one with the soft tip. This is now locally available in Vancouver through Opus Art Supplies! 

 

This is also part of our Brush Lettering workshop kit!  So if you are interested to learn Brush lettering, we have two upcoming Brush Lettering workshops coming up this June! 

June 3, 2017 - Surrey, BC at Essential Packaging Store ( For registration please call  604-575-1117)

June 25, 2017 - Burnaby, BC at Making Memories with Stationery 

Thank you and have wonderful May ahead!

 

With love, 

 

Maurelle