\"How to learn calligraphy in five days\" written on a piece of paper with a vase of flowers next to it.

That’s right! I have partnered with calligrapher Madi Reid Sanders to teach you how to learn calligraphy in 5 days! After dreaming about beautiful handwriting for years, aspiring to learn calligraphy for the past few years without any local classes & only overwhelm online, I finally learned the art of calligraphy. It was easy. It was therapeutic. It was empowering. I had allowed so many factors become barriers to something I wanted to do for myself.

I met Madi last summer & discovered that, in addition to being a beautiful soul, she also has a beautiful talent – calligraphy. After having her make a sign for Adalyn & Aniston’s birthday, we talked about how easy it was to learn – if you had the right “tools.” We spent an afternoon together talking about calligraphy & then step by step, she taught me the basics, while photographer Jenny Wheat captured it. We have broken it down in to 5 easy sessions, in addition to some great bonus content that include free printable exemplars.

So, join me & see how fun & easy it is to learn calligraphy! Oh, & those gorgeous blooms? Created by the talented Emmy Ray of Handmaker of Things. You’ll be seeing more of them too!

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A step-by-step tutorial to learn calligraphy

Follow the series, in order:

How to Learn Calligraphy

Getting Started

Back to Basics

The Calligraphy Alphabet

Practice Words

Practice Makes Perfect

Calligraphy Resources & Left Handed Calligraphy

Keep in touch – have more inspiring tutorials delivered to your inbox like my 5 minute flower series or how to make a teepee!

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  1. I have recently subscribed to your blog and have had this pinned for months but I was wondering if there is a way to still receive the upper and lower case printable? On the calligraphy alphabet link there is only a link for the lower case letters, and says that uppercase letters are for subscribers only. I adore the style of your calligraphy and I would love to have the practice sheets to learn with. Thank you for your help.

    1. Visit the supply post for specifics. All posts are linked from start to finish at the bottom of each post so that you can easily follow. Enjoy!

  2. I’ve always wanted to learn calligraphy — and now I can. Thank you for sharing.