First of all Happy 4th of July everyone in America!
I shared this on Instagram because I always get asked what fonts I use in my decals etc. but since you can't put links on there I figured this would be a lot easier for people.
Here are my top 5 fonts right now. I will of course probably have a new top 5 as I discover/new fonts are created and will list them under my "Top 5" category on the side.
I've put a link to every font listed and you can have a preview of each one on the linked page.
All but #5 are commercial use/paid fonts.
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These are the font names and at the bottom of the post I've put the preview images with the link to where you can purchase/download again. The links will open in a new window if you want to go back and forth.
1. Heartbeat This is my go to font. If I am stuck on what font to use for a project I usually default back to this one. I love, love, love it! I would say most of my decals or projects have this font somewhere in it. I have a lot of fonts and have yet to find one that tops this...just sayin'
2. Lettres Douces This font is so cute and I love all the little swirls and curls. I actually purchased this one in Emily's Swirly Font Bundle which is a great deal if you don't have any of these already. You get 3 of her fantastic fonts for only a couple dollars more than the single one. :)
3. Adorn Pomandor Laura Worthington fonts are the fanciest most expensive fonts I've seen. I'm sure everyone's heard of her Samantha one. It's on my wishlist but I can't afford it right now. I only got this LW font because it was in a bundle for a great price. I would definitely stalk font bundle sites and anytime there's a Laura Worthington bundle GRAB it.
4. Fairwater Script Another Laura Worthington one. They cut great I'll post a photo below of some decals I did with this and her Adorn one.
5. Starfish Here is a freebee font from DaFont that I use a lot. The only downside is it's not a commercial use font if you are wanting to sell what you're making. I personally try and avoid non-commercial fonts so I don't have to worry about picking one accidently. This one was so cute though I couldn't resist. :)
Here is an example of how the Laura Worthington fonts cut.
Here's an SVG of the Independence Day image if you want to test out cutting the fonts. I haven't tried it yet in my Silhouette so hopefully it will work. :)