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What is Font Bundles & Design Bundles?
Both Font Bundles and Design Bundles are online marketplaces for digital products. Font Bundles sells fonts, while Design Bundles sells SVG files, sublimation files, laser files, and embroidery files.
Font Bundles and Design Bundles are sister sites, owned by the same company.
Commercial Use License Included
If you are a crafter who sells products, you’ll want to be sure that digital products you buy include commercial use.
If you don’t know what commercial use means, I explain it in this article: FAQ on Licenses.
Both Font Bundles and Design Bundles offer weekly Dollar Deals. During this event, both sites sell some of their most popular products for only $1.
To take advantage of the Dollar Deals, I put products I want into my cart throughout the week. Often, these products go on sale during the Dollar Deals events. Then, I can score them at a great price!
Both Font Bundles and Design Bundles offer a Plus Membership. This monthly subscription offers discounted products, exclusive products, exclusive access, and more.
Deeply Discounted Bundles
Crafters can get the best deal with deeply discounted digital products in the bundles from both Font Bundles and Design Bundles.
It’s common to see digital bundles at 90% off – sometimes even more. View the current bundles, which change regularly.
The bundles at Font Bundles and Design Bundles are my secret weapon when I am not feeling inspired. I browse through the bundles, grab my favorite one, and start installing the fonts onto my computer. As the fonts load, I am often flooded with ideas on new craft projects and designs to create.
Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.