Festive Fall Fonts & Fall Printable

As I sit here on my computer I can’t believe that I am actually chilly! At 38 weeks pregnant I am extremely pleased with the mild summer we had but am anxious for Fall. It really is my favorite season and I gladly welcome the cooler weather that comes with hoodies, football games, and pumpkin picking. It’s been a while since I have done one of these but was feeling inspired by Pinterest and decided to create another free printable for the Fall. I really enjoy doing these and they are such an easy way to add a festive pop to your mantel or wall.

Fall Subway Art 2014 8x10 600DPI Watermark

You can download this printable for free in September and October by liking my Facebook page, Cherry Blossom Love. Just visit the WELCOME tab underneath the Facebook banner and right click to save the printable right to your computer. Feeling inspired?!? That is what I was hoping for! Here is a list of the fonts I used to create this printable. They were all found on dafont.com at one point in time and were free to download.

Football – Bolton
Hoodies – OKAY
Fall – Tall Trees
Apple Cider – KG Ways To Say I Love You
Acorns – Rosewood Std
Mums – Berlin Sans FB Demi
Cinnamon Apples – Always In My Heart
Family & Friends – Thankful & Blessed
Trick Or Treat – Peach Sundress
Autumn – Harlow Solid Italic
Scarecrows – The Dead Salon
Bonfires – Halo Handletter
Pie – Rio Grande Bold
Pumpkins – Sketch Block
Harvest – Always In My Heart
Leaves – Always Here
Give Thanks – Chunkyness
Hayrides – Hash Tag
Pumpkin Spice – KG Ways To Say I Love You
Memories – Tall Trees

Downloading fonts to use with programs such as PhotoShop and Word are really easy and below is a step-by-step of how to do it. I am not a computer expert so this is just based on how I am able to download them to use.

How To Download A Font V2
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PRINTABLE DISCLOSURE
Please do not resell or take ownership of this printable in anyway. Feel free to share on the web but you must give me credit by linking this post.

FONTS DISCLOSURE
I was able to download all of these fonts for free, but most cannot be used for commercial-use (unless you purchase a license). It’s important to review the “read me file”, when provided, or the font description for each font you download.

{Font Of The Week} Favorite BBQ Fonts

I shared the theme of my son’s first birthday party theme, backyard BBQ, the other day. My first step was finding some cute fonts, clip art and a Cricut cartridge to help with the decorations. I already found the perfect Cricut cartridge, Block Party. I also searched Etsy and found this shop, DigitalBake Shop where I found some adorable clip art (used below).

My next step was finding some fonts. This was a little more difficult and while these give off a more western feel, I think they would still be perfect for a BBQ theme!

Not sure how to download your own fonts and save them to your computer? Check out my step by step tutorial here!

** Please keep in mind that even if a font is free, it doesn’t mean you have permission to use it in a commercial setting. Fonts generally state whether they are free, free for personal use, or free for commercial use. In some cases, the artist requires a commercial license or donation made to them in order to use it in a commercial setting. I always make sure to save the “read me” files along with the font where it usually states what you have permission for. I also keep a spreadsheet so I can keep track of all the fonts I have downloaded. This helps me separate those I can use for prints in my Etsy shop and those I can only use for prints in our home.

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{Font Of The Week} Xiomara

As I get more and more into digital scrapbooking and digital designs, I have found sites such as 1001 Free Fonts and dafont fantastic resources. I now have a healthy obsession with searching for fonts that fit whatever project I am working on.

I thought it would fun to share my current favorite each week. I don’t know about you but I am always disappointed when I come across a font on a blog or website and I have no idea what it is!

So here it is folks, my first favorite font of the week!

Not sure how to download your own fonts and save them to your computer? Check out my step by step tutorial here!

** Please keep in mind that even if a font is free, it doesn’t mean you have permission to use it in a commercial setting. Fonts generally state whether they are free, free for personal use, or free for commercial use. In some cases, the artist requires a commercial license or donation made to them in order to use it in a commercial setting. I always make sure to save the “read me” files along with the font where it usually states what you have permission for. I also keep a spreadsheet so I can keep track of all the fonts I have downloaded. This helps me separate those I can use for prints in my Etsy shop and those I can only use for prints in our home.

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St Patrick’s Day Fonts & Free Subway Art

I absolutely LOVE St. Patrick’s Day. Not only is it my sister’s birthday but we are Irish, I love looking for 4 leaf clovers, and seeing rainbows! It always usually means spring is right around the corner.

I had so much fun putting together my favorite fonts for Valentine’s Day, I figured I would start out the month with some of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day fonts. These aren’t specifically labeled as St. Patrick’s Day fonts but they work pretty well in my opinion!

St. Patricks Day Fonts

I also wanted to continue my tradition of creating holiday subway art and decided I would make this one a freebie! Just stop on my My Crafting Attic’s FB page and become a fan to get your free download.

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Favorite Valentine Fonts

I have recently started to really getting into “fonting” (a new word I really just made up). I have always been one to use nontraditional fonts and usually got scolded in the office for such. Now that I am my own boss, new fonts are downloaded and used daily.

Especially now that I have really started to get into subway art for our home, gifts and in my Etsy Shop, I am pretty much downloading at least one new font a day. While putting together my DIY Personalize Valentine’s Coupon post, I ended up downloading some really cute Valentine themed fonts and wanted to share them! It’s always a bummer when you see a really neat font but don’t know the name of it!

Enjoy!

The top line of hearts is Heart Things 3 and the bottom line of hearts is KR Lot’s of Hearts. 

Want to download your own fonts but don’t know how? Check out my step by step instructions here!

Here are some things I recently learned about downloading fonts. Even though they say “free” you should look at the “red me” file. In most cases the font is free for personal use but if you plan to use it for something on Etsy or to make money off it, you need to give a donation to the artist or purchase a license.

Since I download fonts often, I decided to purchase the 1001 fonts from 1001freefonts(.com). You can learn more about it here. What is great about this is you get the commercial license with purchase.

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