Calligraphy Starter Kit

$ 55.00
Everything you need to get started with pointed-pen calligraphy.

Do you have a habit of following many calligraphy artists on Pinterest or Instagram and in the back of your brain you've always wanted to grab a pen and try it? This calligraphy kit created by the Traveling Calligrapher is the perfect way to get started!

Starter Kit includes:
  • 18 page pointed-pen calligraphy guide
  • Oblique Pen Holder
  • Sumi Ink (Japanese Calligraphy Ink)
  • Paper (Rhodia Graph Paper)
  • Nib (Nikko G Nib)
  • Sticker as a gift!

Customer Reviews

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A. Clay
Not worth the money

I was pretty shocked at how low-quality the instruction booklet in this kit is. It's clearly self-printed; it's on computer paper stapled together in a packet. There are typos and sentences that don't make sense. There are also basically only 3 written directions (how to make an upstroke, how to make a downstroke, pick up your pen between some-- unspecified-- strokes when forming some--unspecified-- letters). This is just not how you give basic instructions for people learning a new skill. I'm not impressed and wish I hadn't spent $55 on this. I love Lionheart Prints, and I've never bought anything this low-quality from them.

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A. Clay
Not worth the money

I was pretty shocked at how low-quality the instruction booklet in this kit is. It's clearly self-printed; it's on computer paper stapled together in a packet. There are typos and sentences that don't make sense. There are also basically only 3 written directions (how to make an upstroke, how to make a downstroke, pick up your pen between some-- unspecified-- strokes when forming some--unspecified-- letters). This is just not how you give basic instructions for people learning a new skill. I'm not impressed and wish I hadn't spent $55 on this. I love Lionheart Prints, and I've never bought anything this low-quality from them.

Customer Reviews

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A. Clay
Not worth the money

I was pretty shocked at how low-quality the instruction booklet in this kit is. It's clearly self-printed; it's on computer paper stapled together in a packet. There are typos and sentences that don't make sense. There are also basically only 3 written directions (how to make an upstroke, how to make a downstroke, pick up your pen between some-- unspecified-- strokes when forming some--unspecified-- letters). This is just not how you give basic instructions for people learning a new skill. I'm not impressed and wish I hadn't spent $55 on this. I love Lionheart Prints, and I've never bought anything this low-quality from them.

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A. Clay
Not worth the money

I was pretty shocked at how low-quality the instruction booklet in this kit is. It's clearly self-printed; it's on computer paper stapled together in a packet. There are typos and sentences that don't make sense. There are also basically only 3 written directions (how to make an upstroke, how to make a downstroke, pick up your pen between some-- unspecified-- strokes when forming some--unspecified-- letters). This is just not how you give basic instructions for people learning a new skill. I'm not impressed and wish I hadn't spent $55 on this. I love Lionheart Prints, and I've never bought anything this low-quality from them.