Handlettering For 100 Days

katrina sophia handlettering 100 day project

When I first heard about Elle Luna‘s The 100 Day Project, I wanted to join but I couldn’t come up what I was going to do. I wanted this new project to be something focussed and as I finally decided to do handlettering I joined in two days later. Better late than never, right?!

I originally wanted to do the usual process – handletter to perfection, scan and edit every time but I realised that with my year of creative habits project and work commitments I wouldn’t have time so I just look up for a lovely quote, write it in my sketchbook pages for couple of times and take photo (hence these slightly weird shadows and inconsistent grey backgrounds, which I kinda like anyway!).

Naturally, I am loving it! This project gives me a chance to really practise with handlettering as well as experiment with different pens and styles.

I am also pleased that through this project, I got commissioned by lovely Rebecca Desnos to handletter titles for her new e-book about natural dyeing, which I got really interested in from following her seriously beautiful Instagram account and want to give it a whirl. If you are curious too, do sign up to her newsletter to get a discount code when her e-book gets released very soon! Stay tuned for more detailed post about this exciting collaboration.

Follow my 100 day project over at Instagram by using this hashtag #100daysofkshandlettering and see the rest of my handlettering with #kshandlettering.

Are you doing #THE100DAYPROJECT too? I’d love to see what you have done so far!

12 comments on “Handlettering For 100 Days

  1. Claire

    Oh cool! I’d never heard of this project until now! I’ve missed the beginning of it but I love the idea of it! Your handlettering is just lovely!

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  2. Fiona

    I am crazy impressed by your level of creativity this year – your handwriting (and choice of quotes) are so lovely :)

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  3. Jane

    This is awesome!! Love your quotes and hand lettering. I’ve been always wanting to try hand lettering but my penmanship has always been terrible. Would it be too much of a stretch for this gal to try? ;)

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    1. Katrina Post author

      Thank you, Jane! You should just try. I actually prefer a natural side of handlettering than perfect calligraphy style (which is also pretty though). :)

  4. Emma @outlawsandskeletons

    Great project, I have joined in the for the first time this year. I love the quotes you have chosen. I personally prefer the raw un-edited versions & your lettering is great. I’m doing 100 days of things in a jar which is a bit weird but there we go!

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