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Following are the best places to find fun fonts for your scrapbook pages.
I refer to these often — especially if I’m looking for something really unique and different.
Most are free to download (for personal use only).
These are my favorite places to find scrapbook fonts:
dafont (I like how you can enter the text of your choice to see what it will look like in each font)
Pixilate Fonts (most are FREE)
NOTE: Please keep in mind that the individuals who created each of the fonts has devoted a lot of time and effort to come up with something that others will enjoy and find useful. If you find one that you really like, it’s common courtesy to give a small donation (online, via Paypal usually) to the font’s creator. I did this for a handful of fonts that I found myself using over and over again.
I'm a lifelong scrapbooker who's been documenting every moment of my life in pictures… for decades! I currently have 171,285 photos saved in 6,034 albums online (backed up in 3 different locations). I switched from old-school photo corners and thick paper binders to archival quality tape and Creative Memories albums after college. To me, there is absolutely nothing better than preserving your life's memories in photographs… and scrapbooks! Then I added rubber stamping and cardmaking to my craft talents… followed by candle making, paper crafts, and other DIY projects. When I'm not crafting, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).