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Last updated on October 12th, 2022 at 05:36 pm
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A lot of people started new hobbies during the pandemic. Some rediscovered how to make their time at home more creative and more productive. That’s one thing that we should probably hang on to.
One thing that you might want to consider is writing of any sort, be it letters to family across the country or even just a thank you note to a friend across town. Handwritten letters and notes mean so much more than a text or an email and can be saved for years to come.
Since written corresponsdence has made its comeback, you can find some really beautiful stationery and pens. Fortunately, the range of pens available for trying out all sorts of writing projects, including calligraphy, has exploded.
Take felt tip pens and markers, for example. This is a pen that’s known for two different types of lines: one with a very smooth, even writing finish, or a softer nib that gives a variety of line widths. That’s why when you buy these, it’s important to take a close look at the tip size and experiment with them too.
Want to start your own calligraphy or writing journey? This graphic is a good place to start as you choose the best pens for calligraphy, keeping a journal, or wherever your creative journey takes you. [Learn calligraphy.]
How to Choose the Best Pens for Calligraphy, Journaling, & More
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