Hello and welcome!
Please take a look at the FAQ below, which covers everything you need to know from shipping to custom work. If your question isn’t answered here, feel free to ask.
Can you make _____?
Yes! Well, maybe. If it involves calligraphy in any way, shape, or form, I can probably do it. If you’re not sure, send me a message anyway and we can chat!
What tools do you use?
On an everyday basis, I play with brush pens and calligraphy nibs. But my arsenal of tools ranges from anything and everything from simple pencils and Sharpies to oblique holders and FineTec inks. It’s not about the tool you use, but it is about the way you use the tools and the product you have in mind.
What is the difference between calligraphy and handlettering?
Simply put, calligraphy is more akin to writing, where handlettering is to drawing. Both involve stylized letters. I use both calligraphy and handlettering in my work, and will use one or the other depending on the nature of the project.
How long will the custom design process take?
It depends! Generally, the custom design process takes 2-3 weeks. For invitations, you should get in touch with me 6 weeks before you want to send them off in the mail, for allow for time for consultations and revisions. If in doubt, send me a message with the details of your project, and I can let you know!
How fast will my order ship?
Orders will always ship within 2-3 business days. I try to get it out sooner than that. If you need anything sooner, please let me know and we can work something out.
How will my order ship and how long does it take?
I ship everything via Canada Post, unless otherwise requested. Regular mail within Canada takes ~4-6 business days, and to the US ~4-7 business days. No tracking information is available, unless specifically requested (additional cost). Please check Canada Post’s shipping times for their up-to-date shipping time estimates.
One last question. Coffee or tea?
Coffee with milk in the morning to wake me up. Latte or flat white in the afternoon with a friend. Chai latte if I’m not feeling the caffeine. Earl grey with milk in the evening to hang out. Hot chocolate in the winter, by the fire.