Let’s Make Art: Guest Blog Post

Recently, I was asked to create a Guest Blog Post/Mini Tutorial for my absolute favorite Art Company, Let’s Make Art!

When they asked, I was overcome with extreme joy, excitement, and nervousness.

First off, I LOVE Let’s Make Art–everything about it! I love the team, the tutorials, the website, the community, the business overall, so I was OVER THE MOON to be creating something for them! But my ABSOLUTE favorite thing about them is this: Let’s Make Art Matter

Secondly, people who know me personally know that I have passion for lettering, teaching, and helping others. So, I was excited to share some tips and tricks I’ve learned on my own!

Lastly, I was nervous as HECK to do this. I haven’t made an instructional tutorial video for lettering ever. I didn’t want them to hate it. I didn’t want to let anyone down, especially since they reached out to me. I was terrified of saying UM and LIKE so much. SO MANY THINGS COULD GO WRONG.

But I was worrying for nothing, based off of the amazing response I’ve received from the team as well as my fellow LMA Community members (LlaMAs for short). I’m really just happy it went over well!

I created a super cute fall inspired Lettering Project where I show you how to letter the quote, “Leaves are falling, Autumn is calling.” In the tutorial, I show you how I approach bounce lettering, a super easy blending techqniue with Tombow Dual Brush Pens, and my secret hack on figuring out how to add shadows to your lettering!

If you haven’t already, go check out the tutorial on the Let’s Make Art Website! Enjoy!

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