This week's letter for creative ways to letter is F! This one is very similar to the letter E but so much more 'F'un!
Grab your pencil and paper and start practicing! When you do us the hashtag #creativewaystoletter on instagram.
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E, this one way fun! I feel like there are so many ways to letter E. Grab your pen and paper and/or your ipad and apple pencil and start writing! I would love to see what you do with these lettering ideas, so use #creativewaystoletter on instagram!
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D, now this letter is somewhat fun! Lowercase and uppercase both are a bit different which makes it fun to make many different styles!
Do you ever just get stuck when you are lettering something and go "How can I write the letter D?" Well I have begun this series to help you get out of your creative block when lettering!
Grab a pen and paper or an ipad and ipad pencil and begin lettering!
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Do you ever sit and look at the cup you are about to make and go "What size decal do I need to cut?" I know I have. So, I have made this little cheat sheet guide that may help answer that questions for you.
With cups (unlike the shirts) the height matters the most. You will not want to go larger or else it may go off the bottom or top!
However, the width can vary. You may want to wrap it around the cup! If you want to do this and do not have a fabric tape measurer, grab a piece of paper, wrap it around the cup, mark or cut it (the paper that is), then use a regular ruler to measure the paper to get circumference around the cup!
Out of all of these the wine glasses are the most tricky. You will want to make sure the design is fairly small. The curves will make it quite difficult to lay flat but the smaller it is the easier it will be.
I can't wait to see all the cups you create using this guide, tag me on instagram @kitaleigh.made or hashtag #kitaleigh, so I can see!
*note: This is only a guide, some cups and designs may need different sizing. measure twice, cut once. :)
With making faux leather earrings being all the rage lately, I thought I would put together a little guide to help determine the size of earring you should cut.
For a common stud, I do about 1/2 an inch. This is the perfect size stud to add a post to and won't look super huge on the ear.
I look at an 1" dangle being a little more classic, perfect for a wedding or gala!
A 2" dangle will reach the jaw line or up or down a tad (really depends on the hardware and person's ear/head size).
3" and 4" really make a statement and are great for those added design styles within (like patterns)!
Remember this is only a guide and each person and earring may be a bit different. This guide is great for the laser cutter, silhouette, and cricut projects!
Now here it is... the letter C. This one was a hard one because both upper and lowercase Cs look the same, but I did it!
What is the hardest letter for you to be creative with? I am thinking 'O' may prove to be difficult as well! Only time will tell!
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I have heard the question so many time... "What size do I cut a design for...?" So I decided to make a little cheat sheet sizing guide!
I have found the height of the design does not matter as much as the width, so that is what a focused on.
I hope you enjoy.
(Note: this is only a guide, some designs/shirts may look better with different sizing)
The letter B is for boys, balloons, big, bounce, brilliant! Do you ever want to try a new style of lettering and get sort of stuck, well here is a little guide to lettering "B". Grab a paper and pen and test some of them out!
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Do you ever get into a brain fog and need a new style for a letter? Well here is the start of my series 'Creative ways to Letter'! I hope you enjoy!
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Hello Friends! I am a lover of all things DIY and I hope you find something useful in all my short ramblings about DIYs, hand lettering and so much more!