These hand lettered fonts are perfect for your next project!
If you haven’t already guessed, I’m a hand-lettering lover. I’m always looking for great new hand lettered fonts to add to my collection. One of my favorite places to get fonts is Creative Market so I’ve rounded up a few of my newest faves to share with you. But before I share the fonts, I just want to answer one of the big questions that I know a lot of you have:
Why would I pay for a font when I can get so many for free?
The answer is simple: because free fonts (usually) don’t come with a commercial use. If you are planning to do anything with fonts that involve creating a project and then selling it, you need to pay for a commercial license. Some designers allow you to create a limited amount of commercial products with a standard license. You’ll need to read the licensing info for each font. And in my opinion, paid fonts are better quality than free fonts.
Now that that is out of the way, here are some of my favorite hand lettered fonts.
MY FAVORITE HAND LETTERED FONTS
I just love the way this font is skinny and casual. This would be a great font to use on a wedding invite for a backyard wedding.
This font was created by Teela Cunningham. She’s an amazing graphic designer and has a course that will teach you how to create your own font. Plus, with a name like Magnolia, it’s hard not to love this font.
Featherly just looks light and airy sweet. Perfect for a 1st birthday invite for a little girl.
The style of Albret is similar to Crystal Sky but with a thicker stroke. I love the casual look of it.
Another great classic font by Teela Cunningham.
I may or may not love this font just because of its name. You can’t go wrong with a font named after wine. Plus, 6 free logos included!
I love any font that gives you alternate glyphs and decorative bonuses. Just look at that swash on the “k”!
Bonjour is a font that looks like is was created with a watercolor brush. And since watercolor is my second love (a close second behind hand lettering) this one is definitely a winner for me.
How can you not love a font called LoveFern? It reminds me of hiking in a forest on a warm spring day.
Bushel and Peck is the perfect font to use for your custom farmhouse signs.
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