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Dash of Inspiration: Fun Font Finds

July 25, 2016


The right font for the job is such a critical design element for any professional design, but especially for greeting cards. It provides the viewer a sense of mood, these are things we chatted quite a bit about and I’ve gathered some of them below so that if you’re new to professional greeting card design, or just find it refreshing to reread and spark your creativity you have them at your fingertips.

Today I found some good additions for your toolbox which are Free for Commercial Use. Hope there is something in the mix you may not have.

Andrea Karime font — Created in 2010 by Grafito Design


Fun font for kids through teens/tweens and of course humorous occasions.

Asenine font — Created in 2001 by Apostrophic Lab


Great for lighthearted messages.

Brandy font — Created in 1999 by Rick Mueller


Really fun retro font – use sparingly!


Dash of Inspiration: Capitalization

Nuts and Bolts: Superscript & Ordinal Numbers

Dash of Inspiration: Typography the “Golden Rules”

Dash of Inspiration: Typography Terms

There are many, many more great tops and font finds when you search Typography on the Community Blog, so have fun!


Until next time … Learn … Create … Inspire!

Don’t forget, this is the last week for entries in our July Dash of Inspiration Design Challenge with the theme of Peace!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 26, 2016 5:00 am

    Hey Doreen these are great!! Thank you!!!

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