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30+ Masculine & Manly Commercial Use Fonts for Crafters

I love fonts. (If you’ve been around the Cutting for Business blog for any period of time – you probably already knew that!) But, there’s one aspect of font choice that always takes longer than I expect – picking out fonts to use in designs geared towards men! I decided to go through my fonts …

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Where to Find Commercial Use Fonts for Crafts

I briefly mentioned in an article about design licenses that you will need to be sure to use commercial use fonts in all designs that you are selling. But, where can you find commercial use fonts? Here are my favorite resources: (Christine’s Pick!) Creative Market –  Creative Market is an online marketplace where you can buy digital design …

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30+ Commercial Use Curly, Swirly, Swishy Script Fonts

It’s no secret that I love fonts. In fact, I have over 1000 installed on my computer! Previously, I’ve shared my favorite kid’s fonts and some manly fonts; but today I’m sharing my favorite curly, swirly, swishy script fonts. All of the fonts I’ve shared below are available for commercial use. This makes them perfect for …

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Do’s and Dont’s of Fonts in Design

Today, Sarah Guilliot from Sarah Design is generously giving Cutting for Business readers a crash course in designing with fonts. Sarah is a Photoshop guru who loves creating mockups and teaching others the ins and outs of using Photoshop. I’m turning it over to Sarah: Hi Cutting for Business readers! You might love the huge …

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Font ID: How to Find Out “What Font is This?”

Sometimes when I’m logged into crafting groups for Silhouette and Cricut owners, it seems that all I see is images asking members to identify the font of a project they found online. Today, I’m sharing some resources for you to find out fonts. Font Matcherators These ‘matcherators’ use computer software to pair a picture of …

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Tutorial: How to Use Font Glyphs in Silhouette Studio Version 4

After yesterday’s post on 30 curly, swirly, commercial use fonts, you might need help using glyphs (those alternate letters) that are included with your OTF fonts. I’ve actually covered this is in previous post, but with the release of Silhouette Studio version 4 – it’s even easier now! Read this first! This tutorial covers Silhouette …

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30 Free Commercial Use Dingbat Fonts for Crafters

I love dingbats – dingbat fonts that is! If you read yesterday’s post, you saw that you can use dingbat fonts to create your own cut files. Today, I’ve compiled a list of 30 free dingbat fonts that include commercial use. (Of course, this means you can use them in products for sale. For more …

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