Stunning Gilded MONOGRAM!

I hope you are good and mindfully creative! Today I am sharing stunning ‘gilded monogram’ tutorial with you all. Lets’s get going with my artwork. This time I made art work using Watercolour and Foil Magic and Gilding Flakes. It was a smooth and satisfying experience working with Shimmers. Do have a look and leave some love.

But before, proceeding further, This month there is a monthly challenge going on as “Autumn”, take a look below for the details of our monthly challenge.

Monthly Challenge Oct 2021

Here is the look at ‘Gilded Monogram’ Calligraphy Tutorial :

Stunning Gilded MONOGRAM! 1
Stunning Gilded MONOGRAM! 2

Follow these easy steps and make your own artwork !

  • Firstly , get your hands on the right supplies. I used Craftangles Handmade Paper ( Classic Smooth White , 300 gsm) for the paper. For the Craftangles Watercolors , I used the shade Gold Dust. I also used Foil Magic and Gold Dust Gilding Flakes.
  • Next up, create a rough draft of monogram design using a pencil .
  • Then , I applied two layers of Foil Magic to the alphabets . The first layer has to be as thin as possible to create a base for another one. The second layer will be a thicker layer. ( Let the glue dry completely before proceeding further.
  • Then, a pointed pen I created leaves wreath around the alphabets.
  • Lastly, I added Gilding Flakes to the glued part and dust off the excess Gold Dust Gilding Flakes !

That’s it! Your artwork is ready! Easy, right?

Below is the tutorial of making beautiful ‘Gilded MONOGRAM’ Calligraphy tutorial, Do have a look and leave some love.

Supplies used for this project  :

Craftangles Handmade Paper
Craftangles Watercolor- Gold Dust
Craftangles Foil Magic
Craftangles Gold Dust Gilding Flakes

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Kruti Patel

Kruti is currently an Architecture student aspiring to explore different fields of design to edify her creative journey.

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