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I’m a Nerd for Fonts

Since I’ve been a graphic designer for the past 8 years (EIGHT?!? wow!)…I’ve accumulated a LOT of fonts. Unfortunatly I don’t get to use some of my favorites since most of my work is for corporate clients (rather than fun stuff like invitations). But I thought I’d  ...

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Font Love: Some Weatz

I’ve already talked about two of Måns Grebäck’s fonts, so here’s the trifecta for my non-calligraphy fonts: This one is one of the best, check out an address sample: It’s fantastic! You will want to kern your text as the swashes make for a lot of extra room between  ...

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Font Love: Roskrift

So when I got distracted by Feathergraphy, I also found this font. It’s a little less refined but it definitely works well for faking calligraphy. Check it out: You may lose some of the hand-drawn quality when it gets down too small but I like the rough edges to make it more believable  ...

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Font Love: Feathergraphy

So it’s been a minute since I’ve posted any new fonts but I found this beauty when searching for…hmm, can’t remember but it was something work-related for sure then I got distracted by the pretty. Here’s a sample address: Isn’t it gorgeous?? Best of all  ...

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Fonts: LT Chickenhawk

I love hand-drawn fonts. Doesn’t this just make you want to scribble all over your notebook till the bell rings? Tiny hearts in the “O”s = awesomeness. I wish there were caps for this as well, so it would be more usable. It’s FREE for personal use here. Artist is Lauren  ...

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Fonts: Albemarle

For Valentine’s Day – here’s something romantic. A favorite font for wedding-invitations and general fanciness (yes, it’s a real word, I asked my husband). The entire set can be found on MyFonts.com for $42. There are three styles, if you’re on a budget, I’d  ...

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Fonts: Sketch Rockwell

In light of our current news I thought I’d share this font. It’s probably looks a little more “teen” than it does “baby”. I’m currently using it for a project that deals with both teens and children so it’s appropriate will still being legible.  ...

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Fonts: Trashed

Okay I’m totally kidding. But for all you who can enjoy some champagne – Happy New Year! I once did some letterpressing in college – and THIS is not how it’s suppose to look, but I still love the grunginess and the mismatched characters. Download it FREE for personal use  ...

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Fonts: Beautiful ES

I used this for our wedding invitations. It’s a nice scripty font that is still legible when scaled down. It also looks very similar to Bickham. You will need to adjust the kerning (space between the letters) as some of the stokes don’t match perfectly (notice on the “A”  ...

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