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An Introduction to Watercolor Lettering with KellyKlapstein. June 25, 2017

An Introduction to Watercolor Lettering
with Kelly Klapstein

Sunday, June 25

If you love expressing yourself in color, then you will want to learn how easy it is to use watercolor as a hand lettering medium. No experience is necessary to learn the beautiful art form of lettering with watercolor. In this workshop, Kelly will teach you the techniques of drawing letters with watercolor in the form of brush calligraphy. Using her specially designed tracing worksheets, you will quickly learn the skills involved in painting the alphabet with a brush script and explore ways to develop your own personal style. 

Please contact the store to register: or (425)643-1781
  Supply list will be sent via email once registered

Kelly Klapstein, author of The Art of Brush Lettering (Dec 2017), is a hand lettering artist and educator who shares her love for calligraphy in her workshops around the world. She runs her own online business "Love Letters" on her website where she sells sets of tracing guide worksheets and blogs about lettering techniques that help people learn how to write with brush pens and watercolor. You can also find @kellycreates on Instagram where she posts numerous lettering videos that are enjoyed by 500K followers. Last Fall, Kelly was excited to launch a collection of rubber stamps she designed, which are popular among paper crafters, card makers and scrapbookers . Along with writing for Creative Scrapbooker magazine and enjoying all things that are DIY and handmade, Kelly is a Tombow Senior Brand Ambassador, and offers a peaceful, mindful 

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  1. Please contact the store to register for the class: or(425) 643-1781

    Supply Lists:
    Introduction to Brush Lettering
    Tombow Dual Brush Pen (available at Daniel Smith)
    Pentel Sign Brush Tip Pen (available at Daniel Smith)
    Tombow Fudenosuke Pen pencil

    Introduction to Watercolor Lettering
    watercolor paint (preferably more than one color, any brand, liquid watercolor is ideal. Daniel Smith has several brands including Hydrus)
    small / medium water brush OR Round 1 or 2 watercolor brush (Daniel Smith has several, including Princeton Elite and DaVinci Cosmotop Spin)
    water cup
    watercolor palette with mixing wells (6+ wells)
    watercolor paper pad or Bristol smooth paper (any brand) (Daniel Smith sells several, including Fabriano Studio, Fluid 100, or Stonehenge Aqua)