May Adventure: Handwriting

Handwritten quotes are becoming so popular. There are so many on Pinterest that it’s almost dizzying! It’s no surprise as they are so cute as wall decor, in bullet journals, phone and desktop walls, etc. I’m addicted to the trend too. That’s why I just had to write down these quotes that go through my head in a trendy kind of way. I’m excited to share them with you! Even so, please have grace, I’m quite new to the cool handwriting trend. 😉

May Adventure: Handwritten Quotes

I almost never bullet journal (definitely something on my list of goals for someday… ), but occasionally I get a flash of inspiration. I love those moments. Isn’t it amazing what a bit of spare time can do to an ordinary piece of paper? 😉

I also want to mention that I used an ordinary Pilot Precise V5 pen rather than my art pens. It worked so much better (there’s a reason I use that brand of pens for everything!)


Handwriting styles

This quote inspires me that no matter who it is, I am completely free to love them like Jesus. It doesn’t matter if they’re different or a little bit “weird”. Maybe they’re hurting too. That’s when loving like Jesus makes all the difference. 🙂 The lettering didn’t urn out perfect, but hey, isn’t that a bit more authentic? The arrows added a cool little flair too. Very modern.



God is my hope. That’s that. Anything in the way doesn’t have a chance!


I matched the theme of the previous one here. They would work great as side-by-side wall decor.


AND, I know this is random and off topic, but I just had to share this eye that I drew recently. It was late at night and I couldn’t go to sleep before I drew it. Not any particular eye, just one that my imagination conjured up. Just some scribbles.


That concludes my May art adventures. Some months are definitely more inspiring than others, so learning to follow the ebb and flow of the creative cycle is an artist’s key. You don’t have to create amazing things all the time. Sometimes it’s good to try something new and not pressure yourself too hard.

What is your favorite creative outlet? I’d love to hear!


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