• Reviews

    Pitt Artist Pen Review

    Taking a look at a Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen Review today! These pens have been hanging around on my desk for almost a year now but I am finally getting around to checking them out! I had made some assumptions about these pens, thinking they were water-based markers like the Tombow Dual Brush Markers. But these are India Ink-based pens (we’ll get into that below). I did my normal pen testing process and I have thoughts! You can check out my blog post here! (This review is not sponsored and I paid for these pens myself!) Pitt Artist Pens These aren’t your ordinary brush pens! For one, they are…

  • Reviews

    Artistro Paint Pen Review

    Sharing an Artistro Paint Pen Review with you today. Artistro was kind enough to send me these paint pens to check out, so I am sharing my review with you. I also did a video review for you that you can check out here, but otherwise, let’s get into it. This post contains some affiliate links. This means I may earn a referral fee if you make a purchase through my link, without any additional cost to you. By doing so allows me to keep creating content for your enjoyment. Thank you SO much for your support! Artistro Paint Pens They are a US-based, family business. They offer a wide variety of…

  • 2020 Bullet Journal Setup
    Bullet Journal Setup

    2020 Bullet Journal Setup

      It’s time to sit down and reflect on what I want for my 2020 Bullet Journal Setup. I decided to keep it relatively simple with a Future Log, a spread to capture My 100 Rejections (more on that further down), and a Social Media tracker. Full disclosure: this will be my first time setting up for a new year like this. In the meantime, here is the video of my setup on YouTube. Below I’ll be sharing my supplies and reasoning for the collections I chose. This post contains some affiliate links. This means I may earn a referral fee if you make a purchase through my link, without any…

  • Cursive vs. Calligraphy
    Lettering,  Tutorials

    Cursive vs. Calligraphy: What’s the difference?

    When I first came up with this topic, I thought I’d hit the jackpot with a quick blog post to share. But as I sit down to write it, I realise how hard it is to answer this question. Cursive vs. calligraphy – although they share many attributes, learning cursive in school while growing up, I’m of the strong opinion that, calligraphy isn’t cursive and vice versa. While both are forms of script lettering, there are subtle differences between the two which I discuss below. 1. Letter Connections Cursive Your pen never lifts off the page until you’ve finished writing the word Every letter in a word is connected Calligraphy…