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Haaaaay y’all!

We are one of the many font addicts out there and thought it would be fun to jump on the font bandwagon. We’ve created our own roundup of some fun summer fonts you’ll be seeing around here this sunny season. (In fact, there is a free printable using 2 of these cute fonts coming SOON!) These 13 are perfect for your printables, letters, picture titles or just to play around with. (:

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xiomara penelope anne vintage one sail lemonade nixie one clementine sketch waking up the copenhagener sachiko peach sundress stitches lobster

Yep, we lovely love love A lot. And if you keep reading, you’re going to know we’re SUPER nerdy… lol! Okay, so I really like the Clementine Sketch font but it drives me batty when I see it used with the ends open! Tip: When you’re downloading any new font, be sure to read the description or license for tips to use the font properly. Check it out:

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If that drives you crazy too, then you’re welcome! lol So, what’s YOUR favorite font? We’d love to know… (and download it! hee hee!) Feel free to take a peek at our Pinterest “font love” board for more fun roundups. Happy Friday to you!

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I told you last week that Lenny and I got a new puppy named Zoey. Well, one of our daughter’s got a new kitten for Christmas and I received a Cricut Explore Air for Christmas. I bet you’re wondering what all three of these items have to do with one another, right? Well, I’m getting to that! Our daughter’s kitten’s name is Sirius. If any of you are Harry Potter fans, you’ll probably recognize the name. Well, Lenny and I bought these cute little water and food bowls for Zoey and the kitten. I wanted to customize the kitten’s bowls before we gave them to our daughter. I did a little search for “Harry Potter Font” and it didn’t take me long to find the perfect font! I thought I would share a few of my favorite fonts with you, including where to find the Harry P Font.

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I found the “Harry P Font” on After I downloaded the font, I opened up Photoshop and typed “Sirius”. I saved the file as a PNG file type, then uploaded it to my Cricut® Design Space. I used the Cricut® adhesive vinyl and transfer tape to apply the name to the bowl. It was my first “real” project with my new Cricut® other than the “Hello” card tutorial that came with my machine.

Our daughter loved her personalized cat food bowls. I was really glad I was able to find a Harry Potter-like font. So, if you have a Harry Potter fan, you might want to check out the Harry P Font on The Harry P Font is a TrueType Font. {TrueType fonts can be scaled to any size and are clear and readable in all sizes. They can be sent to any printer or other output device that is supported by Windows.}

Often times when I see a pin on Pinterest or visit a blog and I see a pretty font that I like, I try to find one similar to it. is a really good source for free fonts. Of course, there are numerous places to find free fonts, DaFont is just one of many. But, I’ve had good luck with the fonts. Most are for personal use and you can even purchase the license for commercial use.

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On my blog, I use Kayleigh and Distant Stroke alot. I also really like the New Garden and Plaster of Paris fonts. I’ve also used the Stereofidelic font with some picture collages I did for my daughter’s high school graduation pictures. It’s a really fun font! Like I said, you’ll find most, if not all, of these fonts FREE on

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Til next time…

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