You can see everything you’ll need in this photo. The edding 1255 calligraphy pen is available in three stroke widths and comes in five different colours. Choose the colour and stroke width that you are most comfortable working with. Print out the template.
Before you start writing, dust off the wood slice using a dry cloth.
Put the template in position and transfer the motif using the calligraphy pen. Alternatively, you can also trace the motif with a pencil before starting. For more detailed motifs such as the leaves and the more delicate lettering, we recommend using the calligraphy pen with the 2.0 mm stroke width.
If you’d like to learn more about expressive writing using edding calligraphy pens, we recommend our introductory course. The key to beautiful calligraphy is to hold the pen in the same position at all times and to avoid rotating it whilst writing.
Products and materials
- Smooth wood slice
- Cleaning cloth
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