#CraftTalk: Where do you get your fonts?
We get asked questions a lot (We’ll be answering a few via IGTV soon) but one we recently got asked by a new crafter is: where do you get all your fonts?
We’re spilling the beans in this post! We’re sharing our “go to” places for fonts that we use almost daily for paperie or overall crafting.
This is a GREAT resource that people don’t always know exists. We’ve used this site for personal and commercial projects (check the description for ones you can use for what use). Curly fonts? Tech bit fonts? Gingbats? Dafont.com is the site for you to get started!
When Dafont is not what we’re looking for, we go straight here. We’re all for Font Squirrel for fonts we use for various craft projects.
We LOVE using Envato Element for multiple different things! Did you know besides video templates and stock graphics they have custom fonts too? We’ve used a few for personal projects like our craft ‘home sweet home’ sign. Envato Elements is a subscription service for 1 stop for stock photography, stock videos, video templates, stock audio and fonts!
Google Fonts is seriously a one stop shop when I’m designing on the go for a client with super fast turnaround. Using Google Fonts allows me to download whatever font I need to my iPad even and upload directly to my die cutting machine (cricut).
For projects not crafting related we use it year round for web development too!
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