Ready, set, roll in mud (metaphorically)

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2 things I'm high-key obsessed with:


Specifically the kinds with prompts.

Cuz let's get out of our own heads, ya know?

Embracing imperfections

Because perfection is a myth. Espesh in art.

Plus, if you don't make mistakes, you don't make anything.

No pressure, just fun

Embrace the "ugly" side of creativity

Perfection is a myth. Especially in art.

Every wobble, every line that didn’t go as planned, every color that bled outside the lines? They’re not mistakes; they’re steps in our journey of growth and self-expression. They’re what make your art uniquely yours.

This journey through 'ugly' lettering is an invitation to unleash your creativity in its most unfiltered form. It's a call to cherish the crooked lines, to find harmony in the discord, and to celebrate that we’re creating using our own hands.

Plus, it’s quick and easy. I’m impatient too 😜

Can you answer "yes" to any of these? ⬇
Can you answer "yes" to any of these? ⬇
Can you answer "yes" to any of these? ⬇
Can you answer "yes" to any of these? ⬇
Can you answer "yes" to any of these? ⬇
Can you answer "yes" to any of these? ⬇

Do you struggle with consistency in your hand lettering?

Does the fear of not being "good enough" hold you back from sharing your work?

Do you feel isolated in your artistic journey

Do you find yourself comparing your artwork unfavorably to others’?

Wish there was a safe space to experiment and make mistakes without judgment?

Do you find it difficult to commit to regular practice because you’re not seeing the progress you hope for?

Do you wish you could loosen up more in your creative practice but don’t know how?

Are you looking for constructive ways to deal with creative blocks and setbacks?


Are you nodding?


Listen, I get it cuz this is normal and we all have these feelings.

This challenge couldn't be more chill-breezy (not a real phrase) if it tried.


Hey, I'm Peggy

I've got a thing for art and I've also got a thing for the creative community. Y'all make me feel some kinda way.

Creativity helped me during a dark time in my life and since then, I've dedicated my life to ensuring that other people can get the resources they need to do the same.

I'm an artist, author, and educator; I've got a bunch of resume creds over here if you wanna check them out.

For now, let's celebrate creativity and smashing creative ruts. You're in for a treat.

I am here for YOU.