Font Lovers Unite!

Fonts are so fun and a great way to enhance our scrapbooking layouts.  I’m often asked about fonts and where to find them.   Here’s some of my go-to places.

  • What the Font!  Have you ever wondered what a specific font is?  This is a great tool that helps to identify fonts from an image that you upload.
  • Best Fonts!  There are tons a great places to find fonts.  Once you know the name of what you’re looking for, just search for that and see what comes up.  Here are the websites that I trust and use:
    • DaFont
    • The Hungry jpg – lots of freebies here and often with both personal and commercial use licenses.
    • Font Bundles – another site with lots of freebies!
    • Kimberly Geswein makes fonts and has great resourses on her website.  You can also download all her free fonts in a single download from here.
  • I also have made my handwriting into a font using Your Fonts.
  • I recently learned about iFontMaker for making your own fonts.  It’s only available for Apple or Windows systems.

As I learn about more, I’ll continue to add to this post.  Comment with your favorites!

 

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6 thoughts on “Font Lovers Unite!

  1. I can get lost in fonts. A graphic designer acquaintance of mine made me swear that I would keep it down to 2 fonts per document, 3 under extraordinary circumstances! LOL – It’s always extraordinary!

    • I agree to limiting fonts within a document and a scrapbook layout! 🙂 However I’ve seen some great “Subway Art” that uses a different font for every word/phrase. They’re so fun!!

  2. I have friends that geek out on them. I am more of a sort of Arial person. Enjoy some Lobster font or Tacoma on occasion. (Taco-ma.) 🙂

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