You’ve been hearing a lot about font bundles here lately, because that is what I am getting the most questions about. I’m pretty particular about what I consider to be “crafter friendly,” which is why I don’t recommend all of the bundles that come along.
I often do mini-tutorials in response to questions on Facebook. Several of you have requested that I post them here on my blog so that they are easier to find and refer back to, so I’m going to try and start doing that more.
DealJumbo just released a Christmas Graphics and Fonts Bundle and when I started looking closely at it I discovered to my delight that all but one of the fonts is already in what I consider to be a crafter friendly configuration (and that one holdout, Whartillax is soon to be).
I have shared these files in various forums over the years but never got around to putting them on my blog. If you are cutting vinyl for a standard 16 oz double wall tumbler then this template will let you curve the text so that it will be in a straight line when applied to the tumbler.
Imagine if you picked out a new printer, checked the system requirements on the box to be sure it would work with your computer system, took it home, set it up, were happily using it until one day when, without warning, your new printer was disabled by a non-optional, irreversible driver update.