The gift giving season is soon upon us. Finding that special something for everyone on your list can be both stressful and rewarding. If you have an aspiring brush letter artist on your list, we have a unique, budget friendly guide just for you. You will find great picks under $15 you can gift for stocking stuffers or secret Santa gift exchanges.
These Brush Lettering Tracing Strips are placed under your paper and traced. Not only does the user have immediate brush lettering skills but these strips train the muscles in the hand in letter formation and thin and thick strokes. In gifting these brush lettering tracing strips, you are gifting the immediate gratification of perfect brush lettering.
The tracing strips come in Cursive Lowercase and Cursive Uppercase, Mini Lowercase and Mini Uppercase. They also come in Block Uppercase for a complimentary san serif print font option. Priced at less than $5 a set, these tracing strips are an affordable and unique gift.
Large Journal Supplies Pouch
This 8" by 11" (28 x 20cm) zipper journal pouch is big enough to hold both your bullet journaling supplies and your journal. The pouch is made of a black durable canvas cotton fabric, strengthened by a second natural cotton canvas lining, closes with a zipper, and features a 6 inch (15cm) wristlet strap.
Keep all of your stencils, pens, and your journal all in one place, ready to go wherever you're headed. Here's a bonus: an iPad fits in as well. Store, protect, and tote your stuff in style.
Creating an aesthetic composition is difficult. Use these Word Art Tracing Cards to pencil in your perfect composition before brush lettering. They slip under the page and the shape containers can be penciled in and erased after the piece is complete. This set includes two double sided vinyl cards priced at $8.
Brush Letter Artists love their pens in all of their glorious colors. The Brush Pen Color Swatch Stencil creates a consistent and gorgeous layout that documents how the pigment appears on the page. At $9, this makes a thoughtful gift for that pen lover in your life.
Enjoy picking the perfect gifts for your brush letterer!
Holly, jolly Christmas bullet journal inspiration!
Enjoy some monthly layout ideas, learn about brush lettering hacks, get some geometric animal mood tracker inspo, and learn how to make your holiday card envelopes fun and gorgeous.
There are so many fun ways to create your opening page. The Christmas Holiday Ornament stencil is an easy and fast way to deck your opening page. With some Distressed Inks and a 03 Tombow MONO drawing pen outline, you have a clean, festive layout to set the tone for December.
December Monthly Calendar Spread
Turn your monthly calendar into a holiday spectacular by using one of the elements on this Christmas Tree Stencil. Each day can be an evergreen, a stocking, or an ornament. Just place the card under your journal page and trace the perfect lettering right onto the page.
Check out this how to video.
Geometric Mood Tracker
Self care is important during this busy time of the year. One way to take care of oneself is to be mindful of your moods. This double sided Geometric Animal Tracing Card has a deer on one side and a bear on the other.
Holiday Card Envelope Decoration
Celebrate the season with a cup of hot cocoa and some snail mail. These Holiday Card Envelope Guides make the job a creative process. Your friends and family will appreciate the handmade touch and they never have to know how easy it was. ;)
If you are looking for more Christmas themed inspiration, hop on over here to this December Bullet Journal Pinterest Board. Happy Holidays!!!!