Free Fonts for Digital Scrapbooking

I have lately found myself very interested in fonts that look like handwriting for my digital scrapbook pages. Maybe I am nostalgic for my paper-scrapping days where the journaling was MY handwriting? At any rate, I have been busy downloading some wonderful freebies and thought I would share some of the sites I have visited with you. Of course, please be sure you read the designers’ TOUs before downloading; most are personal use only.

  1. Kevin & Amanda – This site has hundreds of wonderful handwriting fonts. You can get 150 of them all in one download, which is very convenient. She also has 300 that are made from handwriting samples. You guys will love this one!
  2. Two Peas – Their “scrapbook” and “GG Mix Font” are two of my favorite fonts. The “GG Mix Font” is great for fun titles.
  3. DaFont.com – This site has many free fonts in lots of different categories. Definitely a bookmarker.
  4. 1001 Fonts – Offers downloads in different formats depending on your operating system.
  5. Font Garden – Updated often with free fonts, this site is a great resource for free fonts. Lots of annoying ads, including pop-ups, but definitely worth checking out. I recommend their Dingbats section.
  6. FreeDigitalScrapbooking.com – Geared towards providing freebies to digital scrapbookers, this site isn’t limited to just free fonts.

I know there are tons more sites out there where you can find free fonts. What is your favorite free font that you have downloaded?

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3 Responses

  1. belle says:

    My favorite font I have downloaded is Texas Hero from dafont. I use it often for heritage pages.

  2. Thanks for the recommendation Belle. I am off to check it out now. 🙂

  3. Jen says:

    You can get your own handwriting turned into a font here:
    http://www.scrappinfun.com/services.html

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