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I’ve been blogging off and on for a looong time. Over the years I’ve also had an Etsy tshirt shop, made party invitations, created printables, paid others to setup this website and redesign it and other websites, and more! So to say, “I’ve used a couple different fonts through the years” would be an understatement. That’s why I’ve been so happy to find out about where to get a free font or two (or a bazillion).
If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you’ve probably seen some changes over the year. I’ve changed the layout. The articles fluctuate from DIY to photo highlights to Health, Home, Finance, Food, Heart & Inspiration. You might have also noticed how the featured photo for the articles on the main page have changed over the years. This is the photo that shows up on my main page and then on the blog roll on the following pages.
Lately, the main font I’ve used is “School Bell” for all featured photos…
This free font was part of the package with the graphics program that I use. I think it’s super cute. Plus, it has been good for my blog to make it more cohesive by using the same font over the last several months for my article’s featured photos graphics. It is so important if you want your website brand to be more recognizable to keep your logo and font usage cohesive!
Now, I’m about to make some major changes to the layout and graphics for SimpleStepsForLivingLife. The logo might also be changed up a bit as well.
This is why I’ve been playing around with fonts lately. (Plus, using a monogram mockup for fun little projects.) I’m enjoying the font MySkinnyType Medium that is available for FREE from fontbundles.net. Yep, that’s right – FREE!
It’s that a cute one?! I’m probably going to spend the next two weeks checking out all the available free fonts that I can find to use on my website redesign. But guess what? These fonts can also be fun for all sorts of DIY projects! Have a family reunion coming up? Southern and like to monogram anything that sits still? Fonts can make a big difference in the designs.
These are two different fonts with different looks. For the top design I wanted something more formal and traditional to make a tea towel or maybe a shirt for my mom. For the other design, I was looking for a playful look for a fall tshirt.
How about creating an invitation? I’ve got 3 kids so I’m all about saving money and having fun creating invites for their birthdays. We’ve also had Superbowl parties that I’ve made invites for. And with 3 kids, you better believe I’ve made birth announcements letting everyone know how proud we’ve been of our sweet babies!
Are you having a fall party this year? How about one for Halloween? Here’s a graphic idea for a Halloween party invite; this includes a free font from fontbundles.net…
Fun right? Did I mention that this is a FREE font? 🙂 You know I’m all about #SavingMoney right? And what a fun way to save money… by getting free fonts to create graphics, invitations, logos, monograms, and product designs!