Calligraphy – Brush Lettering

Come and try the art of brush lettering in this friendly and relaxing workshop! Learn how to use a brush pen to produce beautiful modern calligraphy and enjoy creating these cute projects. With the help and guidance of your tutor (and a sweet treat!) learn to form calligraphic letters and words and create cards and gift tags. This workshop will help to start you on your brush lettering journey and give you the tools to carry on creating once you get home.

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What topics are covered?

An introduction to brush lettering: how to use a brush pen to create calligraphic strokes, letters, and words. Options for personalising your style including different flourishing options and ‘bounce’ lettering.

How will I learn?

Demonstration and instruction on using the pressure of a brush pen to create modern calligraphy. Guided examples and practice paper to begin to form letters and words. Examples, pictures and inspiration to create cards/tags/wrap. Continual help and guidance from tutor.

What do I need to bring?


You will get to keep your brush lettering pen so that you can continue your new skill at home.

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Rated 5 out of 5
5 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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Brush Lettering Was An Amazing Evening Learning A New Skill With A Brilliant Tutor

Rated 5 out of 5

Tess was friendly, helpful and informative.

She’s a true artist.

One of the best ways to spend a few hours on a Monday evening.

I’m looking forward to practicing this new skill and using it as a mindful exercise.

The small group was also friendly and we had a good laugh together which just addd to the experience .

Thanks again Tess.

Hoping to join you again in the future.


Brush writing

Rated 5 out of 5

Just a lovely session, Tess is amazing she is so knowledgable kind and supportive. Thoroughly enjoyed the session and wished there were more.

Thank you