Home ScrapbookingFreebies A Commercial Use Font For You

A Commercial Use Font For You

Posted in Freebies, Scrapbooking , on October 30, 2008 , 9 Comments
Pinktoque Dots Freebie Font

Pinktoque Dots Freebie Font

Welcome back!  Today I have for you my first ever freebie font: pinktoque dots. And even better? It’s commercial use! I created this font myself and it’s the kind of font I use when I’m making decorative things like tags or handmade cards for friends and family, with little dots on the ends of the letters.

This font has all 26 letters, both capital and lowercase, as well as numbers and typical punctuation marks and symbols that are fully functional.  Simply install it into your C:\Windows\Fonts folder (you can copy/paste it there and it will install for you) and away you go :)

Even though this is a commecial use item, there are still terms attached to it, so be sure to read those in the download before using, or check them out here.

Download my Pinktoque Dots commercial use freebie font HERE!

Hope you enjoy the freebie :) See you tomorrow for Freebie Friday with a Halloween theme!

9 Responses to “A Commercial Use Font For You”

  1. […] Lesley wrote an interesting post today onA Commercial Use Font For YouHere’s a quick excerpt… so be sure to read those in the download before using, or check them out here. Download my Pinktoque Dots commercial use freebie font HERE! Hope you enjoy the freebie See you tomorrow for Freebie Friday with a Halloween theme! […]

  2. Nani says:

    Wow….that’s all I can say. I haven’t the slightest idea how to create fonts (and my hand’s not steady enough to do good ones!) Very impressive!

    I have an award for you on my blog! See the entry that starts with a picture of pumpkin spice coffee creamers!

  3. Lesley says:

    Hi Nani!

    It’s soooooooo easy to make fonts, really! Check out YourFonts.com — you print a template, fill it out and then scan it and it automatically creates a font for you of whatever you fill out on the form, so you can do one of your handwriting, etc. Give it a shot! And I’ll check out your blog, thanks for the award, I’m honoured!

    <3

  4. Jeanette says:

    Thank you so much I love it…
    And thanks for the explaning ..how to make a font, I really gonna try

  5. Diana says:

    You are awesome. Thanks so much for sharing. :) I have a few CU freebies over at my blog if you want to stop by. :) Have a great weekend!!

  6. Sheila says:

    Thank you so much! This is an adorable font and I will use it and credit you with great appreciation!!!!!!

  7. KnitPurlGurl says:

    Thanks for sharing the really cute fonts and the info on creating fonts! You rock!