This time of the year, in between shopping for Christmas gifts, I have 2018 on my mind evaluating what goals I want to accomplish in the new year (which PS! You heard it here first, I am sooooo excited for two new projects that will be launching early next year!! Can’t. Wait.To. Share.More.Details! I feel all entrepreneurs will love, love, love, loveeee it!)
I’ve been in a super creative zone, creating assets for old and new ventures alike. The real heroes are people who make free fonts. I will never understand why since it seems like a lot of effort but thank you internet people of the world! Here are some fonts I recommend if you’re looking to make graphics or logos (you know in your spare time or whatever) as you head into the new year!
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Creative project: Anything that needs text that stands out with it’s heavy brush strokes, perfect for busy background images
FONT: The Bear Font
Creative project: This is such a fun design and a great for thank you cards, social media quotes or even labels and packaging. The possibilities are endless.
Creative project: Nutella is
delicious stylish with a side of playfulness. Think promotional materials with it’s smooth typeface!
FONT: Cursive Script
Creative project: This marker font makes a splash with it’s swirls, great to use on posters, title pages or for your logo.
FONT: Peomy Script
Creative project: Ok, more handwritten brush strokes. So I have a type but at least it’s trendy and great for quotes!
Creative project: Need a word to stand out on a t-shirt or a graphic? Noelan is your friend.
FONT: Poppy Script
Creative project: Don’t be fooled, it’s not another brush stroke font! This one is all shapes, wreaths and flowers instead of actual letters to add a touch of elegance to invitations or for web design projects.
Creative project: I’m a huge fan of this fon’ts lower case letter. It doesn’t stand out but still shines. So you know for tag lines and “second most important” things.