Friday, May 03, 2019

An Introduction to Hand Lettering with Decorative Elements Review & GIVEAWAY

Looking for decorative elements? An Introduction to Hand Lettering with Decorative Elements is a collection of decorative elements, alphabets and numbers, all hand-drawn by illustrator Annika Sauerborn. It's packed with hundreds of fun and playful designs like ornaments, motifs, decorations for special occasions, seasons and more. See the complete table of contents below. The graphics are organized by category making them easy to reference. Add visual interest to anything - from simple to fancy. Combine decorative elements, alphabets and numbers for endless design possibilities. Whether you use a pencil, pen or brush this wonderful resource is perfect for use in your creative projects. Dover Publications released this 128 page paperback on April 17, 2019. A Kindle version is also available. Get your copy below!


Table of Contents

Foreword
Materials

Borders - Frames - Corners
Borders
Frames
Corners
Flourishes

Leaves - Flowers - Garlands
Leaves
Flowers
Garlands

Ribbons - Arrows - Patterns
Ribbons
Arrows
Hearts 
Stars
Patterns
Illustrations

Seasonal Illustrations & Occasions
Spring
Summer
Autumn
Winter
Christmas

Birthday & Parties
Picnic
Kitchen
Home
Love
Wedding
Beach & Sea

Alphabets
Numbers
Gift Tags


Home by Annika Sauerborn.


Leaves by Annika Sauerborn.


My copy.

An Introduction to Hand Lettering with Decorative Elements is available worldwide at Dover Publications. Dover, Great Books, Variety & Value Since 1941. Check out their catalog at Dover Publications. Dover has generously offered to giveaway a copy! One winner will be selected at random. Open until May 19, 2019. Canadian & US addresses only. Good luck!


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22 comments:

  1. I’ve always wanted to learn different lettering. I really love calligraphy.

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  2. I wouldn’t mind having the 101 Needlepoint stitches book.

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  3. Another interesting title would be Cats in Origami.

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  4. Another great Dover book would be "Marionettes: How to Make and Work Them" by Helen Fling.

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  5. I would like Creative Haven African Glamour Coloring Book.

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  6. I also like Color Your Own Great Flower Paintings

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  7. I'd love the book, Make in a Day: Modern Wreaths. Thanks!

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  8. My daughter finally has a date, so Make in a Day: Wedding Crafts

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  9. Drawing the Living Figure by Joseph Shepard would be a great giveaway

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  10. Make in a Day: Paper Flowers is a neat choice.

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  11. LEGO® Action Vehicles: Police Helicopter, Fire Truck, Ambulance, and More would be a great book to gift to my huge Lego fan grandchildren. :-)

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  12. Make in a Day: Paper Flowers would be a fun and creative book!

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  13. I would also love Cats in Origami by Nick Robinson.

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  14. I would lovee to give my granddaughter Make in a Day: Paper Flowers. So much fun.

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  15. Fannie Farmer Original 1896 Boston Cooking-School Cook Book.

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  16. The Modern Calligraphy book looks interesting!

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  17. I would love to receive the book: Make your own Teddy Bears.

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  18. I'd like to receive the Grumpy Cat Paper Dolls from Dover Publications. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. A bit random, but 32 Etudes and 40 Studies for Clarinet. I played in High school and used to have a book by Rose and it was wonderful. Would be nice to try again. :)

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  20. i like the grumpy cat book!

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