Neat handwriting perfect for teachers. This font includes extra math symbols for teachers.
Just enough personality while still being perfectly neat.
This beautiful script has lovely connections and swirls that create an elegant, hand-written look.
Bubbly, authentic teen girl handwriting. Loopy and cute but legible.
This calligraphy script used a Japanese calligraphy brush to create its unique texture.
This font is super bubbly and round. It is neat enough to be legible but still has personality.
A sketched freestyle handwriting with curls, chunks, and skinny bits. The end result is as organic, natural, and inviting as grandma’s apple cobbler.
This fun, swirly unicase font features two styles- a thicker uppercase and a thin lowercase. Use them separately or mix-and-match for the look you want.
Thin, neat handwritten letters.
Curly dotted and serifed alphabet perfect for adding a touch of quirk or whimsy.
This font was made in collaboration with Nikki at Melonheadz Illustrating. The quirky look and feel of the lettering is perfect for illustrations for children.
This is a hand-drawn font with unique quirks like the loopy lowercase l that make it perfect for anything fun and happy.
Hand-drawn playful lettering full of curls and whimsy. This is designed to be completely legible while still offering a fun flair to a finished project.
A cute doodled outline typewriter style font.
Fun frames and borders in a variety of styles. Note that the pennants can be typed in 2 lengths-- typing abab gives you a continuous pennant border. This works for all of the pennant and bunting styles-- abab, cdcd, efef, ghgh, ijij, etc... :)
Use the [ and ] key to create a unique flag ending on your words. Use alternating lowercase and uppercase with the Bounce version to create a bouncy look. To create a solid space instead of an empty space, use the bar key | which shares a key with the \ backslash on my keyboard. Your keyboard may vary.
Tall, skinny handwritten letters in both a wide and a narrow version. The uppercase slots hold all of the wide versions, while the lowercase slots hold all of the narrow versions.
My beautiful mom was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2011. Our family’s resolution was to love my mom through this time- to stay by her side and remind her each day that she is not alone and that she is loved as she walks this difficult road. This font was made in her honor.