If you dove into our guide on the basics of hand lettering, you've probably started practicing writing the whole alphabet from front to back. And you may have even named a brand new font after yourself. Ready to take things to the next level? Grab your colored pencils, because hand-letterer Bethany Robertson is going to show you how to make those letters pop.
In the second part of our "faux"-ligraphy series, you'll learn to draw decorative flourishes, such as flowers, curlicues, and leaves, so your letters will bloom with pretty embellishments. This puts a whole new spin on flowery language.