Thursday, November 14, 2013

My Favorite FREE Girly Fonts PLUS How to Download Fonts and Install on Your Computer



Here are links to download my most favorite girly-girl fonts that I use frequently in my typography and word art. To download, click on each link (inserted as a caption under the name) and follow the instructions as outlined by the website. I recommend saving the downloads in a folder on your desktop named "FONTS" so you know where they all go. Once each font is downloaded, you'll have to UNZIP each folder in order to access the font files for installation. Then - open each folder and find the TRUE TYPE or OPEN TYPE files. Right click on the file and on the drop down menu, choose "INSTALL". And that's it : ) But if this method isn't working (maybe you have a Mac vs. a PC like me, or an older operating system) there is still hope... Find the "FONTS" folder in your Control Panel and drag each of the TRUE TYPE or OPEN TYPE files into this folder. It's not hard - but it is time consuming, so don't get frustrated! Remember - you'll only have to do this once : ) Want step-by-step instructions on how to create your own typography or word art? Click HERE to download my FREE e-book (An Easy-Peezy Guide to Creating Your Own Subway Word Art)

ABIGAIL
Brooke = KG Royals

Caitlyn = Elsie


Chloe = Fool for Love

Ellie = Channel



Gracie = KG True Colors

Isabella = Janda SwirlyGirl


Karolina = Janda Quirkygirl







Stella = KG The Fighter
 

14 comments:

  1. The Naomi font link comes up as the Abigail font.

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    1. Here's the Naomi Font.

      https://www.dafont.com/tuna-and-hot-dogs-on-rye.font

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  2. Thanks for these, they're really sweet. I've been looking for some girly fonts for my blog for a while.

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  3. Nice! Thank you, I was looking for some girly fonts!

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  4. These are so cute! Thank you so much!!

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  5. Love them! Thanks so much for your time creating them and sharing them!! :o)

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  6. Can anyone help me? I am new to using ttf or open font files. I downloaded and unzipped and trying to install. I did install and I am unable to copy and paste the text. I am wondering if that is normal, or if it has something to do with a security setting on my install? I am working on my husband's computer right now...I can take a screenshot. Any help is greatly appreciated! TIA!

    Can anyone help me? I am new to using ttf or open font files. I downloaded and unzipped and trying to install. I did install and I am unable to copy and paste the text. I am wondering if that is normal, or if it has something to do with a security setting on my install? I am working on my husband's computer right now...I can take a screenshot. Any help is greatly appreciated! TIA!

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  7. Its a bit late - but here's what I did. There was no copying and pasting of text... I downloaded the file; found it in my Downloads section on the computer. Double click on the zip file, then double click on the ttf file - at the top of the new window I had options for Print or Install. Click Install :)

    Thanks also for the girly font links! I'm a bit fed up with looking at the stock standard fonts xx

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  8. This was really nice of you!! Thanks!!

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  9. I'm a Mac girl, i've downloaded and installed fonts to my font book, but now i'm not sure how use them in documents. I've got word & pages, i've been using word. Should I be using pages?

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