Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Free Fonts For Bloggers!



As I think most bloggers are, I'm obsessed with fonts! I love discovering new fonts over on dafont.com to use somehow on my blog, or for the thumbnails of my YouTube videos.

A while ago I was scrolling through Ami's Blog and came across an incredible idea for a blogpost. She shared some lovely fonts that she found that bloggers can use for free so I thought I would share with you some of the fonts I've discovered and use on a regular basis. 

Lots of love x

11 comments:

  1. Gah thanks for sharing! This is so awesome! :D :D I love Sweet Pea and Dita Sweet!

    http://katieedidd.blogspot.ca

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  2. Thanks for sharing these, I definitely want to use sweet pea. x

    Kate// katerosexo1.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is:

    http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  4. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is:

    http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  5. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  6. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  7. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  8. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  9. Dafont.com is a site where you can download a ton of free fonts. You can search for a specific typeface, or search by the type of lettering you want, whether it’s serif or sans serif, hand lettered or grunge style. You can also put in your own phrase to see how it looks in a particular font. A lot of these fonts are very decorative and many are handdrawn, so it’s not always the best place to search for body text fonts. Each selection also tells you whether your download is free for personal or commercial use. The download is easy – you get a zip file with the font file inside. Unzip, install, and you’re ready to go.

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  10. Dafont.com is a site where you can download a ton of free fonts. You can search for a specific typeface, or search by the type of lettering you want, whether it’s serif or sans serif, hand lettered or grunge style. You can also put in your own phrase to see how it looks in a particular font. A lot of these fonts are very decorative and many are handdrawn, so it’s not always the best place to search for body text fonts. Each selection also tells you whether your download is free for personal or commercial use. The download is easy – you get a zip file with the font file inside. Unzip, install, and you’re ready to go.

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  11. Dafont.com is a site where you can download a ton of free fonts. You can search for a specific typeface, or search by the type of lettering you want, whether it’s serif or sans serif, hand lettered or grunge style. You can also put in your own phrase to see how it looks in a particular font. A lot of these fonts are very decorative and many are handdrawn, so it’s not always the best place to search for body text fonts. Each selection also tells you whether your download is free for personal or commercial use. The download is easy – you get a zip file with the font file inside. Unzip, install, and you’re ready to go.

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