Peter Loves Jane - Stationery

My Favorite Pretty + Free Fonts

POSTED BY: nikkol ON February 07, 2013 | POSTED IN: Fonts & Lettering | 34 Comments

Ooh, time for another font round-up!   These are always fun, and surprisingly, a bit hard; difficult because my favorites seem to change often, though there are those typefaces that I love no matter what, like Nautik.   Because so many of you are making sweet valentines for your loves, I thought it quite necessary to give you a starting point to make your love notes pretty.  As an extra treat, (tomorrow) I’m giving you some printable Valentine’s Day cards that you can add your own sweet message to…an easy way to test out some of these pretty letters.

Contribute  |  Nautik  |  Mardian  |  Little Lord Fontleroy  |  Cursif  |  Matchbook  |  Castro Script

(Please note that most of these fonts are free for personal use only.)

Comments

34 Responses to My Favorite Pretty + Free Fonts

  1. Ella Bella says:

    Thanks for the recommendations! Always love your choice of fonts:)

  2. Andrea B says:

    Thank you! Just what I was looking for to help with my creative projects. I found this via Pinterest and am so glad I did. I just went on a free font shopping spree. :)

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Thanks for the recommendations! I just downloaded all of them. Can’t wait to use.

  4. Jo Cavanagh says:

    Thanks, these are awesome! Can I ask what font you used for your blog header? It’s really pretty too, (the Peter loves Jane font). Thanks!

  5. jeanne says:

    used for wall art in my two year olds room

  6. Thank you for the link to the fonts – they are all very beautiful!

  7. Nicole says:

    Thank you for the lovely fonts! I think matchbook is my favorite.

  8. Kate says:

    I love these, thanks!

  9. Drycha says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  10. Candice Lenart says:

    Thank you for all your work.

  11. Barbara Carroll says:

    Are these fonts available for monogramming?

    • nikkol says:

      You’d have to check each fonts terms of use, but I would imagine that if you are using them for personal items, and not for re-sale, then you’d be okay. Are you working on a fun project?

      • Barbara Carroll says:

        Thanks for that info Nikkol…………………..Yes it’s a fun project. I’m making the bedding for my granddaughter who will be born next month!

  12. Winneh says:

    Nice fonts!

    I was looking for some new ones for my current project : D
    Also, good recommendations!

  13. Winneh says:

    Nice fonts!

    I was looking for some new fonts for my current project.
    Also, good recommendations! : D

  14. Sandy says:

    I love your fonts and am new to the font thing. I don’t understand how to download these. Can you help?

    • nikkol says:

      Welcome! Click on the link for the font you’d like to download, it will take you to a different website where you can download the font. Some sites are a little tricky. Which site/font are you having trouble with?

  15. Wendy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing. I found my wedding invite font thanks to you!!

  16. Martha says:

    Thank you!

  17. Rachael Cederberg says:

    HI! great article, LOVE the fonts! I was wondering (this may be a dumb question) but what is the font you use below each of the fonts? (the one that says the name of the font?) thanks.

  18. FB says:

    HI! great article

  19. Shay says:

    Hi! I love these fonts. But once you click the download button, how do I save the font to my computer and then put it in word? Sorry if this is a dumb question!

  20. Laura Whatley says:

    Thanks for all the work in putting together these great fonts! I downloaded them all!
    Can you tell me what font you used for the header in this blog? I really love the L!!! Please let me know, even if it was not free! Thanks!

    • nikkol says:

      Hi Laura! Thanks for stopping by. Are you looking for the font that “Peter Loves Jane” is in? If so, I hand lettered it. Thanks for your sweet words!

  21. Sanina Fuentes says:

    I really love the fonts you use on your website! Would you mind telling me what you use for BELOVED magazine headliner? and also the font you use for “Favorite Pretty Fonts” headliner?
    I can’t wait to use these!

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