Today I’m sharing 10 Favorite Free Crafty Fonts! These fonts all have a hand-crafted feel, whether they have been cut out, stamped, stenciled, drawn or stitched.
These will all add a unique look to your projects when paired with just the right graphic. Hopefully some of these fonts will be new to you and you can find the perfect project for them!
Here are the links to this month’s free font picks. Just click on the links below to download the fonts. Please be sure to read any information that comes with the font as to its use too. Not sure how to download a font to your PC? You may enjoy this post. Enjoy the fonts from these great artists!
1. A Song for Jennifer by Brittney Murphy
2. Mailart Rubberstamp by K-Type
3. Boston Traffic by Vic Fieger
4. Eenvoudige Batik by Gunarta
5. Janda Elegant Handwriting by Kimberly Geswein
6. My Underwood by Tension Type
7. Ribbon by Lost Type (The site will ask for a donation. Enter 0 or any amount on the right side of the page and you will be able to download the file)
8. Paper Johnny by pheist
9. Nashville by Disturbed Type
10. Brushstroke Plain by Kevin Willis
Thanks for stopping by today and we hope you can incorporate these crafty fonts in your projects! If you’d like to see more favorite fonts, check out our other font posts.
*A note about downloading, installing & using fonts: There are a lot of sites out there that offer free fonts. Some are set up mostly to display ads, and others take you to suspicious files & links. Even some legitimate sites run confusing ads that feature images that say “download”, when it’s for another product. While we don’t recommend one free font website over another, we have tried to link to the more straightforward sites to make finding the font easier for you. If you click on anything that looks like an application or .exe file, stop, it’s not what you want, and is probably malware. Don’t forget to follow the site’s specific directions to download and install the font. If you are a crafter and will be selling your work, please be sure to read any files or information that comes with the font. Some fonts have restrictions on the commercial use of a font for mass production quantities and on the sharing / redistribution of the font file itself.
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There is a trojan virus attached to the first free font…
Karen Watson says
Hi Krista, I just tried downloading and I didn’t have any problems. It’s had over 14,000+ downloads, so it seems to be safe. It’s possible that you may have gotten the virus somewhere else, and it lay dormant for awhile, I believe that can happen unfortunately. 🙁
Many, many thanks for the tutorial on how to download and use fonts. I know I will have a lot of fun using them. I love your blog–so many wonderful ideas.
This is a beautiful sight I found by poking around the Freebie Fonts you gave above. (Thanks so much, always looking for new fonts). He has 19 free gorgeous fonts. And fun to look at his other things as well! But tese fonts will go grea with a lot of things on here.
Just want to thank you for all you do in the name of “crafty sharing” Thanks!