Rounding up some of my favourite hand lettering supplies and where to find them to make shopping easy for the hand lettering lover in your life!
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- This floral sketchbook is so beautiful, I actually spotted it in person browsing Chapters Indigo last night and now it’s officially on my wishlist.
- This is a photo of my lettering where I used Ink and a brush. I totally recommend you test out a Pentel Aquash + Ink if you love this look! It’s great for beginners too as it’s almost impossible to fray these brushes and costs a lot less to go through a ton of ink than purchasing markers.
- One of my favourite markers to letter with is the Tombow Dual Brush Pen. This pack is full of some beautiful colours!
- If you’re going to be gifting brush markers… why not gift them with some smooth Marker Paper?! This is the brand I buy most often.
- This is the only thing on this list that I don’t have myself. It’s on my wishlist. And for $6, I really should just order it for myself! An Envelope Guide is the perfect way to make letters aligned and spaced beautifully.
- A T Ruler is like a standard ruler but even better. The T hangs over the edge of the paper and helps you line up perfectly perpendicular. I use mine all the time!
- I recently picked up a couple Ecoline Brush Pens and am obsessed with the gradient colour they let out! You can see it in action in this video.
- When I’m creating a final piece, my favourite tool to avoid pencil lines is a Lightbox! This one is super affordable and has great reviews.
- I received this Florals By Hand book by one of my fave artists, Alli K last year for Christmas and it’s so beautiful and fun to try different artists’ techniques. If you have a lettering lover in your life, I can almost guarantee they’d have fun adding line art to their lettering!
- Okay, this list wouldn’t be complete without me suggesting a gift certificate to my Learn to Brush Letter e-course! If the giftee on your list is just getting into brush lettering, my e-course would be so perfect for them- it’s comprehensive from how to hold a brush pen to how to flourish and complete a final piece.
- These brush pens are newer to me but after finding them this spring, I’m obsessed! The Zebra Midliner Brush Pens are a bit smaller than the Tombow Dual Brush Pens but still a great size brush- they’re what I use on most of my practice sheets now!
- A Rhodia Dot Pad is a great gift idea to package up with some brush markers! The dots help with lining up compositions and the paper is so smooth for markers!
- Last but not least, the Tombow Fude Markers are some of my very fave pens. They’re much smaller than the other brushes in this collection and are the perfect size for addressing envelopes and cards.