HANDWRITTEN
Baltimore magazine|February 2021
Looking for a soothing pandemic hobby? Try hand lettering.
RACHEL HINCH

HANDWRITTEN AMY LATTA STARTED HER BLOG, One Artsy Mama, in 2008 after searching online for St. Patrick’s Day crafts to do with her son. A former teacher, and an avid lifelong crafter, she was inspired by all the fun and practical ideas she found. “I wondered if I could create something like [that] to give other people ideas for things that they could do that were simple but would make their lives more beautiful,” she recalls. That same day, she launched her website.

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