Yesterday I gave you some ideas for fun surprises you can do for your honey that won’t make him blush of embarrassment.
Well, today I am helping out all you fine folks who aren’t the conductor of the crafty train. Or maybe you are skipping the train all together.
It is simple.
Step one- buy cute card.
Phew, that was easy.
Now you just give them bedroom eyes and maybe a bowl of ice cream.
Fool-proof Valentines Day.
Now as promised….my favorite “love-ly” fonts.
As usual, you can find all of these fonts for free at DaFont.com.
You know I love free.
Make sure you check back tomorrow to scope all of our V-Day decorations!
Recently, I was asked to join the United Way committee for my employer.
Of course, I took on the flyers. Which were due at month end (accountants know whats up with it) the day before we left for our two-week vacation. It’s fine, I work best under pressure.
Wanna know what I realized whilest working on said flyers?
I like fonts.
And I like them….a lot. Here are some of my favorites.
The best part is you can search every single one of those fonts at DaFont.com and get them for yourself.
Amendment: When I posted this I thought I downloaded them all from Dafont.com…it appears some aren’t there anymore. Click the links below for the missing fonts. Lainie Day, Sail, Rosewood, Modern No. 20, American Typewriter, and Simply Glamorous. Please let me know if anymore go missing….love you, mean it! No seriously, I mean it.
So you wanna see what I did with these spicy fonts? I took our normal clip art posters and made these….
I am by no means a graphic designer. But I will say I think these flyers are an upgrade and I am excited about it!
If you didn’t notice, most of the flyers are very text heavy. Choosing the right fonts made the poster more artistic than informational, and hopefully more people will take a look and get involved. Fingers crossed.
What about you all, got a favorite font I should know about?