I love bunting!! It's not very common in Norway, but I use it as much as I can. However, some seasonal variations are appropriate... and I just realized I don't really have a garland for summer... so of course I set out to make one 😀 The small garland is printed on one sheet of… Continue reading Summertime Bunting Vintage Style
Have you been missing my drop caps/capital letter posts? I'm trying to make up for it today! I'm learning to vectorize, and must confess I'm not an expert yet, but I'm getting the hang of it, and it's a blast!!! My mind is overflowing with ideas on everything possible with vector images...!!! This absolutely stunning… Continue reading Vintage Alphabet – Vectorized and PNG
REAT news for all you guys waiting for more drop caps. I could not resist creating one for you from yesterday's Rose card Click on the image for high quality PNG file (transparent background).
REAT news for everyone waiting for more drop caps letters 🙂 I have prepared a letter G for you, from a 16th century alphabet found in the commons: Feel free to use this in any way you like 🙂 Love & Light Gunnvor Karita
NOTHER drop cap for you today 🙂 I love how old books use drop caps, and I wish we would see it more. But with typography being mainly a digital craft today, anyone can write up a document, and is expected to do so. Adding drop caps and other advanced typography takes complex skills that… Continue reading Drop Caps Capital Letter A
ODAY you are presented with my first drop cap letter. I love reading old books, and internet has made it possible to find oh so many. For the researcher in me it's like a bottomless treasure box. This beautiful capital T caught my attention immediately, because my youngest daughter's name starts with a T.… Continue reading Capital T 1881