14 Fonts That Are Perfect for Greeting Cards & Posters
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With little more than a computer, some decent fonts, and a bit of imagination, you can create some great typography digital greeting cards or posters.

The following list is a combination of hand-lettered fonts, dingbats, big bold fonts, and whimsical typefaces that will add flair to your creations.

For more great options be sure to check out our list of dingbat fonts and hand-lettered fonts, along with this list of sites where you can find even more great, free offerings. Except for in the case of one font, you can download these fonts for free without providing your email address.

The first three fonts are a great option if you’re looking for a whimsical option:

1. Windsong

Windsong

2. Fabfelt

Fabfelt

3. Janda Happy Day

Janda

If you’re looking for something a little simpler, these fonts might do the trick:

4. Fox & Cat

Print

5. Anders

Anders

For Bold sentiments, here are three options:

6. Chunkfive

ChunkFive

7. Brusher

Brusher

To download Brusher, you have to sign up for a free download link using your email address.

8. Zenfyrkalt

zenfyrkalt

Dingbat fonts  are an easy way for those of us who don’t have the greatest artistic skill to add some cute drawings to your creations.

9. Bella D

Bella

10. Heart Doodles

HeartDoodles

11. Mustache

Mustache

12. Pea Jelene’s Doodles

PJ

13. KG Christmas Tree Fonts

KGTree

14. MFT Itty Bitty Baby

IttyBitty

Which fonts would you add to this list? Let us know in the comments. 

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  1. Porgy Pigg
    December 23, 2016 at 11:48 am

    I prefer Chunk Blower.