Hand-Lettering Makes Cross Stitch Cards More Personal

I love to use little motifs to make cross-stitch cards, but one area I always seem to fall short in is adding lettering. Printing it out or using stickers is no longer my only option.

Annie’s Attic recently released a book titled “CardMaker’s Hand-Lettering Workbook” and it is the bee’s knees. Not only does it give you all sorts of alphabetical inspiration, each set of letters is accompanied by a brief lesson in how to create the letters, how to shade them, and how to adapt the designs to make them even more your style. The book has loads of ideas for using the alphabets to make cards. The cards shown are embellished in all sorts of ways, not just with fabric or floss, so you will be inspired with all manner of ideas.

Check your local craft shop for CardMaker’s Hand-Lettering Workbook or order online today!

Thanks DRG publishing for the review copy of this book.

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