All You Need For Hand Lettering!

Give your greeting cards & projects a special handwritten flavour!

In a world of smartphones and touchscreens, the love for analogue techniques never goes away. Many people worldwide love to paint, write and draw - living out their creativity!

Hand lettering is one of the current craft trends and the talk of both professional artists and hobbyists alike. This comes as no surprise because artful hand lettering creates true pieces of handwritten art. 

Regardless of whether you use a brush pen, a classic fineliner, a brush and paint, or a dip pen and ink – the possibilities in hand lettering are vast and creative.

Did you know? Hand lettering is also a popular element in bullet journaling, which itself is an ongoing creative craze. It allows you to decorate and highlight notes.

Whether you want to decorate home made projects with a personal touch, personalise wedding stationary and decorations or add a simple hand written note to a framed picture; the art of hand letting is a perfect way to uniquely add your touch!  

About Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pens

Faber-Castell are a well known brand, renowned for producing quality products for drawing, colouring and writing.  

The Pitt Artist Pen is an excellent tool not just for calligraphy but also for hand lettering. They are a brush pen with a soft tip which allows you to vary your stroke thickness. You can use the Pitt Artist Pen for drawing as well as painting.

The Pitt Artist Pen is the perfect companion for hand lettering because it combines a brush and India ink in one instrument.  In these pens, Faber-Castell have combined all the advantages of artist's inks with the benefits of a modern, easy-to-use pen ideal for hand lettering and decorative work.

  • Highly pigmented water-based India Ink
  • Lightfast, odourless, acid free and PH neutral
  • Waterproof, permanent
  • Does not bleed through paper
  • Ideal for creative letterings and letter art

Take a look at the videos to learn more about these great pen sets!

Posted by James
23rd April 2022

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