30 Days Of Intentional Lettering
Where do you want your lettering to be next month? In this 30-day challenge, you’ll be guided through exactly what to practice to build the right foundation for your unique lettering.
It’s time to be intentional with your lettering practice and use it as a creative rest instead of feeling overwhelmed by how much you have to learn and the little time you have.
Does this sound familiar?
I get it!
Life just keeps getting busier and there is so much to learn. I used to think that it would be impossible to learn it all and I’d never be good enough. It took years of slow and steady practice to shift my mindset and realize that my lettering has been good enough all along.
When you’re intentional with your lettering, it’s not about the end result, it’s about the moments of practice spent with your pen and paper. That also naturally creates a better end result.
How do you get more moments like that?
I wanted to create a challenge where you can learn the basics and build your foundation while also creating lettering you love right now.
Don’t let the overwhelm or a busy schedule keep you from making lettering that feels like your best self! All you need is someone to guide you.
30 Days of Intentional Lettering
A 30-day challenge to help you develop a lettering practice that fits into your schedule. Instead of worrying about the end result, spend more moments in your creative practice.
You won’t question what to letter for 30 days because I’ve laid it out for you. Each day builds on the last to form the right lettering foundation. Stop letting your busy schedule get in the way of creating beautiful lettering.
This challenge will give you:
Learn How to use your lettering as a restful creative practice, even with a busy schedule.
By the end of the 30-day challenge you’ll:
What if you really don’t have time?
You may be thinking, “But there really isn’t time.”
You may not be able to find an hour a day, but can you find 10-15 minutes?
Imagine what you could accomplish if you spent 10 minutes a day totally focused on your own creative journey instead of scrolling through everyone else’s on Instagram.
Also, this challenge is 30 days but you have lifetime access so it’s ok if it takes you longer. Go at your pace. This is your own intentional lettering. I’m just giving you the tools to help you along the way.
Take a look inside!
When you enter before, you’ll have access to the “getting started” lesson and then you’ll get an email every week to remind you that the next lesson is open. When the month is over, you’ll have lifetime access to all lessons so you can go back if you missed a day.
But it isn’t for everyone. . .
This challenge is for you if:
It’s probably not for you if:
My goal for you. . .
by the end of the challenge, you will:
Let’s do this.
Here’s what people are saying. . .
“I’m excited about this class for several reasons. I like that everything I need is gathered together in one place, complete with a checklist.”
“What a beautiful, positive, powerful way to write affirmations and inspiring words/quotes! I feel incredibly blessed to have found this course, thank you!”
“I wanted to get better at lettering and have something to guide me and hold me accountable… because I wasn’t doing it on my own, even though I have the supplies and your book. I liked the clear expectations for each day, the videos were helpful, but I didn’t feel pressure if I had a busy day and couldn’t get to it. It got me to practice more, which is how we get better!”
oh hey!I m Sarah!
I can’t wait to be your lettering friend
I am a hand lettering artist and creator of EnsignInsights.com where I teach hand lettering to thousands of people around the world. Through teaching and creative hand lettering, my goal is to share my love of life to strengthen others, inspire their creativity as a source of happiness, and heal and uplift their spirits.
I’m a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), enneagram 4w3, and an introvert. I have a rich inner world, and I feel very deeply which can be amazing and challenging. I’ve learned that it’s essential to process my emotions and express myself. That’s what hand lettering does for me. It helps me show up as a better version of myself. I am passionate about sharing that with others.