I love fonts and typography. With the ability to do vinyl wall sayings and tiles, I began to renew my interest in word art. Turns out the digital scrapbookers are pretty into word art, too, so there are some great resources out there.
Now, many of these designs are not suitable for cutting, but they do give you some great ideas about phrases to use, positioning the words in a phrase, etc. One word art site I really like is Elegant Word Art by Bethany. She is very generous with her talent… just look at the long list of freebies in the right hand column. What I really like is that she usually lists the names of the fonts she uses in each design, which makes it easy to recreate the look in Inkscape or SCAL.
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I was so blown away with your website. I watched a You Tube where you mentioned your free fonts. I spent an hour on your website; have to go back and go through more thoroughly. I am a Silhouette user. I do have an older Cricut, but I really like the Silhouette better. I downloaded the Border Bits, but I really like the font bundle that is now expired. Do you foresee offering that at a bundle price in the future?