I recently stumbled upon this great site:
Where to find Free Fonts online
You can choose from many different fonts, frames and even logos – some are public domain and some are for personal use only and some request donations.
The way I like to search for free fonts is by using this somewhat ‘hidden’ feature:
Select “New Fonts” – this is located on the top-left side of the screen by the dafont.com logo.
Select “More Options”
Select the options of your choice – my preferences are “public domain”, “free” and “free for personal use”
Very welcome Jodee 🙂 Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment! Rhondda
I love free…thanks so much for sharing!
Hi Michelle, Thank you for popping by and leaving a comment 🙂 Rhondda
Great Information! Thanks for Sharing!
Hi Sarah 🙂 Thank you for popping by and leaving a comment 🙂 I'm happy my tutorial was helpful! Rhondda
Hi Sandy 🙂 Thank you for your lovely comment 🙂 You made me smile – and made me think of how I hoard yarn! Rhondda
Popping in from SITS. Dafont is one of my favorite spots to visit online. I digital scrapbook and love mixing up fonts on new pages. Clever tip. I wasn't aware you could do that. TFS! 🙂
I love fonts! I horde them like a squirrel hordes nuts. Thanks for feeding my addiction!
Thank you Sarah 🙂 and thank you for visiting and leaving a comment.
Thank you 🙂 I'm happy you found it helpful!
Thank you Savanna 🙂 I do too!
Yes, this is a great site!! Nice post. 🙂
Thanks for sharing this- a great link! I will have to check it out.
Nice! I love discovering fun new fonts! The Janda apple cobbler is great one!