Friday, December 21, 2012

A Little Fonty Fun {3 free fonts!}


I've been playing around with a new app recently, iFontMaker.  It is for the iPad and so much fun!  I have 3 ready that I want to share with you. 
Dana’s Handwriting was the first one I made.  It is simply my handwriting!  You can download it in my TpT store {HERE}.  All my fonts are free, because I hate paying for fonts and didn’t want to make you do it either. 
My second font is called Dana Circles.  It is a skinnier version of my handwriting with little circles on the points.  this is my quick way to make anything I write quickly in the classroom a little more fancier.  It’s so cute when I see my girls duplicating it! 
Here is a better look at it: AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJj 1234567890

Then, I took that font and replaced the circles with dots.  I call this one Dana Dots. I am typing in bold so it shows up a little better for you.  
Here is a look at Dana Dots:
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My terms of use are very simple, use them for whatever you want, but give me some credit! :)
You can download all 3 fonts {HERE} in a zip file.  I hope you enjoy them.  If you create anything using them, drop me a line, I’d love to see them in action!

11 comments:

  1. Dana, I love your fonts! In particular your circles font :)

    Thank you so much for adding some latin 1 supplement characters to your handwriting! I have been wanting to make some products in Spanish but I struggle to find cute and clear fonts with these included! So I have a big request:can you please, please, pretty please add the latin 1 supplement letters like the punctuation ¡¿ the vowels with the accents and the Ññ and in both capital and lowercase? You rock!

    And if it is possible I would really appreciate an email so I know if it is possible. Thanks!

    maestra.kirra(at)gmail.com

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  2. Thanks for sharing your great fonts! Can't wait to add them to my collection!

    Karen
    An Apple a Day in First Grade

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  3. Thanks for sharing these fonts! I just recently got the iFontmaker app and I LOVE it.

    ~Jessica
    Fun in PreK-1

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    1. Isn't it cool?! Have you figured out what everything does? I can't find directions for it...

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    2. I have not figured it all out yet! I can't find any help for it anywhere either!

      ~Jessica

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  4. Hey Dana!
    Thank you so much for sharing your fonts! I love a cute font! It sounds like this App is getting a lot of use lately. Ash at The Polished Teacher just blogged about it. I may need to try it, since I have an iPad. I'm assuming you need a stylus?

    If you get a chance, please stop by our new blog. We love comments and feedback of any kind! We are now following you!

    Amanda
    http://collaborationcuties.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! You don't have to use a stylus for the font app, your finger does exactly the same thing. I'm heading over to check out your blog now!

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  5. Wow! You made your own fonts. How impressive.

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Thanks so much for your comments! I love reading them!

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