I love type and calligraphy. I’ve been downloading free fonts like it’s my job, and have recently started addressing wedding invitation envelopes. Lots of them. Since any attempts I’ve made at calligraphy have been pretty sub-par (since you probably have to have nicer handwriting to begin with), I’ve had to cheat a little.
There are lots of great calligraphy how-to’s out there, but cheating for me meant something a bit different. Instead of trying to really do it myself, I went online and searched for some free fonts that I could use to create a similar calligraphy effect. And sometimes, finding truly free fonts that you actually like, is hard work! However, I did find some great fonts, several of which I ended up using to address wedding and RSVP envelopes.
I used my silhouette cameo and a pen attachment to use it as a plotter, but you could also print on envelopes with an ink jet or laser printer.
Voila! Check back later in the week for my top free calligraphy fonts with links!
I’ve been downloading lots of free fonts lately, I guess in preparation for the many wedding-related things I want to do. They’re fun to use for all sorts of projects, and are all about a zillion times better than comic sans (in my humble opinion). I decided I’d round up my current top 10 for ya’ll, with links! Let me know what you think!