Confetti Lettering 3 Ways

Hello Friends! It’s been awhile since I’ve had the chance to sit down and blog. Life has just been so busy with a newborn and trying to adjust to life with a newborn too (it’s been a lot harder than I thought it was going to be!). I’ve been trying to take it day by day and eventually hope to find my groove. So thank you all for being so patient with me!

Today, I would like to share three ways in which you can do confetti lettering. Confetti lettering is a style of lettering in which you add dots to the lettering to create a confetti effect. It’s super fun, easy and really adorable! I love to use this style of lettering with birthday cards to make them just a little more extra special!

To create a confetti effect, you simply apply dots with a bullet tip pen to your lettering. It’s how you arrange and place these dots, that creates different confetti effects. I like to cluster some dots together and then have some dots trail off of each cluster.

  1. You can arrange the dots towards the end of each letter.



2. You can arrange the dots towards the top of each letter.



3. You can arrange the dots in the middle of each letter.



There you have three ways in which you can create confetti lettering! I personally love to use Tombow dual brush pens for this style of lettering as I can use the brush tip to create the lettering and the bullet tip to create the confetti look. However, any bullet tip will do. Experimenting with different sizes of bullet tips and colour combinations would be fun!

Well friends, that wraps up today’s post. I’m going to cuddle my little man and try to get some other things done around the house. I may even have to sneak in my third cup of coffee for the day…!

See you next time!

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