What's your favorite font?

I hope that 2018 has been treating you well so far! I’ve been busy planning two weddings—one in 2018 and the other 2019—as well as helping my son move into his new home.

I have something to admit to all of you. I have a fondness for fonts, especially free fonts that can be readily found on the internet. I collect them to use with my Silhouette cameo and software such as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. No worries if you’re not familiar with the Adobe software because all the fonts can also be used in Microsoft Office. Once the fonts are installed on your computer they are able to be used with many software packages.

It’s very simple to use fonts to add decorative touches to decor or to add a special message for any celebration. I’ve shared many posts that have featured decor created using the fonts I currently own—and still continue to collect. 

Here are just a few of them:

New Year's party decor made by Paige

New Year's party decor made by Paige

New Year's party decor made by Paige

New Year's party decor made by Paige

Trinket dishes for jewelry

Trinket dishes for jewelry

A custom "Maid of Honor" gift box for Paige

A custom "Maid of Honor" gift box for Paige

Sign from Hannah's engagement party

Sign from Hannah's engagement party

Sign from Hannah's engagement party

Sign from Hannah's engagement party

My daughter Paige also downloaded a few 1920’s inspired fonts to make decorations for her New Year’s party this year!

These are some of my favorite sites that so kindly share beautiful creative fonts by outstanding designers.

Thank you for joining me at TUliving today and I hope you give font collecting a try! If you already have a favorite font share it with all of us on the TU living Facebook (@TUliving.Kathy) or Instagram and Twitter (@TU_living).

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