2020 Holiday Gift Guide

It’s never too early to start shopping for the calligraphy-lover on your list! Check out my favorite things to recommend below.

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Pens

Brush calligraphy aficionados can never have too many pens! Trust me (you should see my studio).

Tombow Fudenosuke Color 10-Pack

This colorful 10-pack would make a great addition to any brush pen collection.

Tombow Fudenosuke Hard and Soft Tip 2-pack

This 2-pack is perfect for brush calligraphers of any stage.

Tombow Dual Tip Brush Pens, Galaxy 10-pack

Tombow dual tips are one of my favorite brush pens. And I love how many colors they come in!

Tombow Dual Tip Brush Markers, 96-pen Set (with stand)!

Write in every color of the rainbow with this 96-pen set.

Pentel Flex Tip Sign Pen 12-pack

An easy-to-write-with, versatile set for any level calligrapher!

Pentel Flex Tip Sign Pen 2020 Colors 12-pack

Love the Pentel Sign brush pen? Then you’ve gotta get the brand-new color bundle!

Paper

What you write ON is just as important as what you write WITH. I love these papers and use them to practice everything from basic strokes to flourishes to longer quotes. Using the right paper can really up your calligraphy game!

Rhodia Ice Pad

A smooth surface and grid lines make this Rhodia pad perfect for practicing.

Rhodia Dot Pad

Grid lines too restrictive? The Rhodia Dot Pad has the same smooth surface, but with dots instead of a grid.

Copperplate Practice Pad (8.5x11in)

With slants like these, getting those copperplate ovals to look consistent is much easier.

Mastering Copperplate Practice Pad

Same smooth paper, slightly different slant.

Strathmore Tracing Paper

Using tracing paper is one of my favorite ways to practice flourishing! It’s also great for practicing your basic strokes or trying new compositions.

LED Light Pad

A light pad is a great way to create a finished piece without having to worry about erasing pencil lines or smearing your work.

And finally…

Give the Gift of Calligraphy!

If someone you know has been dying to learn how to do calligraphy, you can now gift them one of my online courses. Click here for all the details!

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