(Closed) Calligraphy Conundrum

posted 9 years ago in Paper
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Wannabee

I am in Phila and you can mail your evelopes to me.  215-925-2997

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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Here’s a link to a DIY calligraphy post by Jenn at "With This Ring."  She printed out addresses on her envelopes using her computer (and light ink), then traces over them with a calligraphy pen.  Might be especially good for you, since you already own the supplies!

http://withthisringwedding.blogspot.com/2008/11/calligraphy-101.html

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Wannabee

Jennifer,

 A lot of people are starting to believe that calligraphy is a dead art form. Most of what is out on the web now a days could best be described as pretty writting.

Please check out http://www.carlascalligraphy.com and view my samples. Hopefully I can help you make your wedding an event to remember.

 

Carla.

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Newbee

Try craigslist.

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2018 - Oakland Manor

Etsy is also a good resource 🙂

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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2009

i live in queens as well and used Michele Clark (she lives in staten island).  She is amazing!  I’ve gotten such an overwhelming response from my guests already.  she is extremely professional, very quick (with phone calls, emails and finishing the work) and AFFORDABLE!  i didnt want to break the bank and when i looked around originally all the calligraphers i looked up were priced pretty high.  if you do reach out to Michele and like her….book her quickly!  since she is so affordable ALOT of girls use her.

 her email is [email protected] 

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