January 6, 2013

Freebie Linky -- Fonts

I am linking up with Rebecca from Teaching First for her January Fabulous Freebie Linky Party. I LOVE this idea! We all love freebies, but it takes a while to track them down. Rebecca is collecting a bunch of great freebies every month in one place. Genius! Rebecca actually teaches down the hall from me and has been the one encouraging me to start this blog. She is AWESOME!
I just started making my own fonts and I'm linking my first set. This pack has 10 free fonts that you are welcome to use for personal or commercial use (just give credit). I have two packs in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. The first pack is free and the second pack has another 10 fonts for $3.00.

Click on the image below to go to my Teachers Pay Teachers store to download Pack 1 for free.

I'll email my second font pack for free to the first five people to comment below.  Please leave your email address and I'll send it asap!
 Make sure you check back with Rebecca to find all the other freebies!

10 comments:

  1. love your fonts :o) i'll admit it - i'm a font addict!!!

    lorinademello@hotmail.com

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  2. Yay! I'm so excited I found you! I love your fonts - thank you!
    Jen
    positivelylearning@gmail.com

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  3. Thanks for the fonts!

    Becky
    Compassionate Teacher
    hoffman.rebecca@att.net

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  4. OOh!! I hope I'm not too late! Hugs for the shout out! I love your fonts!!!
    Rebecca
    rebasutton@gmail.com

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  5. Your fonts are adorable! I love finding new ones that are not similar to others.

    ✞Heather
    Swinging Through Second Grade
    hdawntn@hotmail.com

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  6. Hello,
    I am your newest follower. I see that you offered these wonderful font to your first few comments. I will be looking forward to your future blog posts. How do you create these fonts? DO you have to write each letter out or do you do a model and the program copies it to the other letters? I am so interested in have my student create a font.

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com
    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids

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    1. Thanks for following! I use iFontMaker on the iPad to make the fonts. You have to write each letter and symbol, but then it saves it as a ttf file you can download on your computer. It's pretty addicting!

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    2. Thanks for being so informative and helpful!

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