If you are a font lover like me, you’re going to love these farmhouse fonts. These fonts are great for creating DIY signs for your home.
I’m a lover of farmhouse fonts and DIY signs. I’ve made a gazillion signs for all holidays and seasons using my Silhouette Cameo. I love the look of farmhouse fonts and use them often when making DIY signs.
Today I’m sharing some of the best farmhouse fonts I have found to make DIY signs. The best part is that these are all free farmhouse fonts. When downloading these fonts, please check the license for each font. Some come with a commercial license which means that you can use them to make items to sell. Some of these fonts may be for personal use only meaning you can not sell anything that you make with the fonts. Always check the license and please be respectful of the designer’s work. If you are newbie when it comes to fonts, you may want to check out this post on how to pair fonts together.
TIPS FOR MAKING DIY SIGNS IN SILHOUETTE STUDIO
- How to Use Silhouette Cameo 4: A Guide to Getting Started
- How to Use Fonts in Silhouette Studio
- How to Make a Stencil with Vinyl
- How to Weed Vinyl
- How to Cut By Color in Silhouette Studio
- How to Separate SVG files into Layers
- How to Make a Wooden Sign with Vinyl Lettering
I’ve included several font types in this list. I classify all these fonts as “farmhouse” because I think they give the farmhouse feel when you use them to make DIY signs. Several of these fonts have extra characters (glyphs) that you can use to give your farmhouse sign some extra flair. In order to access all the “extras”, make sure to download the OTF file. OTF stands for open-type features and refers to fonts with alternate glyphs.
BEST FONTS FOR FARMHOUSE SIGNS
If you are new to making DIY signs, make sure to check out this post on how to use fonts in Silhouette Studio. If you are using a Cricut or Silhouette to make your farmhouse sign, the best fonts to use are fonts that are not too thin. If you choose a thin font, it will be very hard to cut and weed. If you fall in love with a thin font that you absolutely have to use, you can increase the width of the font in Silhouette Studio using the offset feature. Also, when using script fonts, make sure to weld the letters together before cutting. This ensures your letters will be cut out in one continuous piece.
SILHOUETTE AND CRICUT FONTS FOR FARMHOUSE SIGNS
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