Nov: Five New Fonts
























Here's five various sweet and interesting fonts you may
want to add to your collection.

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League Gothic:

























Mountains of Christmas:

























Nuvu Regular:


























Powell Antique:


























Dearest:

15 comments:

  1. Question?

    On the font League Gothic
    I love how the font looks like it was stamped into the paper.

    I think I even bought a style to do that. (lord know where it is)

    Care to share a blog post on how to get that effect? I would rather learn it on my own that use a style if possible.

    Thanks again for all you give...
    ~kimi~

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  2. Hi Kimi,

    It's called letterpress, and give me a few days and I'll put a tutorial together and post.

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  3. WhooooHooooo!!

    consider yourself {{HUGGED}}

    ~kimi~

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  4. thanks so much for sharing these wonderful fonts

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  5. Thanks for sharing these Jerry. I especially like the look of Powell Antique... wonderfully useable on some of the images I create! Keep up the great work sir.

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  6. Wouaouh, Jerry, these fonts are awesome!
    Thank you so much & hugs!!

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  7. Thanks for the Christmas one. I was looking for something like that.

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  8. Hi, I love your stuff! I'm a huge fan!
    How do we download these fonts? Thanks :)

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  9. Thanks so much for sharing these. They look great!

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  10. Beautiful fonts. Thank you for sharing!

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  11. Jerry thank you so much for sharing these. May I ask where I could find the brush used on the top of each of these ?

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  12. These are wonderful finds, Jerry. Thanks for doing the finding and filtering for us. Look forward to the letterpress tutorial!

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  13. What great finds-Thanks Jerry!

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