This post is brought to you by Martha Bonneau from MugsyBoo.
If you love clean, classic deign, you have probably already noticed that the typography trends has made it’s way to the paper crafting world. If you aren’t yet familiar with what typography is, it can simply be defined as “the art or procedure of arranging type”. Maybe you have seen posters or card with various fonts mixed together….well that’s typography! It can also be the use of 1 or 2 symbols or letters/numbers on a project. Think bold and graphic and black & white. The following is a round up of some of my favorite typography inspired paper crafting projects. From hand lettering tutorials to cards, scrapbooking, and home décor ideas, you are sure to find a project that is just your “type”!
This hand lettering tutorial breaks down what seems like a lengthy, difficult technique into just a few easy to follow steps…I cannot wait to try this one myself.
This watercolor project is quick, easy and has lots of impact. It would be perfect for either cards or for creating wall décor.
Faux Brush Script
One of the more popular trends in scrapbooking has been brush script. Brush script lettering can be found on stamps, patterned paper, and embellishments. This tutorial shows you how to use embossing powder to achieve the brush script look on journaling cards.
DIY Typographic Art
Large, graphic and filled with impact, this typographic wall art tutorial shows you how to create art for your home that looks to be straight out of a museum.
You don’t need a fancy machine to achieve the embossed look on your projects. Pick your favorite font and along wit this embossing tutorial you can create typography inspired greeting and journaling cards.
Washi Tape Script Cards
This project had me at washi tape! I love washi and am always looking for new ideas on how to incorporate it into projects. Creating script words with washi has a lovely yet still graphic effect that could be used on so many different paper crafting projects.
DIY Typography Printable
Ready to dive in but still not quite sure where to start? This printable is an easy way to jump on board the typography trend.