Swedish challenge

 For those of you who are not on instagram, I am currently participating in a little challenge launched by a group of Swedish women.
It’s about calligraphy words or expressions in Swedish.
Here are my first realizations.

tindra which means “twinkle”

äntligen fredag which means “thanks god it’s friday”

fika for “getting together over a cup of coffee”

WIFI code & contest

 I have fun with lettering and after my supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, I wanted to do something else without really knowing what.

And then I thought that this kind of lettering, not necessarily easy to decipher, could be useful. You’re tired of not remembering your passwords or your wifi code but you don’t want to display them too obviously? I can write them down for you!

As an example, here is a wifi code containing 8 lowercase letters, 9 uppercase letters, 2 special characters, 4 numbers and 3 latin abbreviations.

The first person to give me the right transcription as a comment on my french blog (go to the bottom of the page : https://cutt.ly/6WrOP1X) will receive the original of this code as well as a small filigree letter with the initial of his choice.

And to help you even more, here is a version of the same code without the decoration.

The garden of delights

 I call it by this name because of the well-being it provides in exchange for the care we provide but it’s just my garden.

Here is a calligraphic version in NEULAND variations which lists almost all the contents of the place.

And could I do it without filigrees?

Of course not, I even invented some new patterns for the occasion

And, for once, I put, not only color, but GREEN !!!!

Lots of different greens, mixed with red, blue, yellow, brown but still greens.

The scale is not always respected but the layouts and the general shape are.