Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Abecedary to color: G

Click here for the full-page, 
high-resolution printable. 

You can print out your letter onto imitation parchment
 paper, color it, and then add hand-lettered names or words.  
My grand-nephew Gavin is shown
here practicing the Celtic alphabet,
 with the precision that comes from
using a dip pen.  It’s worth the
extra focus it demands. 
Now seems like a good time to remind you that you can select one letter and paste it into a blank page to make the initial of a name. 

This week’s page is dedicated to all the guys in my family with G names: Geoffrey, George, Graham, and Gavin, who is pictured below.  And most especially to all the Gordons, 5 of them at last count.  It’s a clan name that comes from my Scots great-grandmother Margaret Gordon.  People who marry into my family get confused, to put it mildly.  

1 comment:

  1. This is so much fun! I am very new to ink and pens and calligraphy. Your book has given me valuable information and these letters are beautiful. Thank you for sharing!