Graphic designers, crafters and bloggers know that picking the right fonts to use can be pretty daunting. Today, At Home Modern Grandma is here to tell you about Fontbundles.net. This is a website that brings web designers and developers amazing deals for font bundles, as well as some awesome free fonts combined in one place. Which means you can easily find something that suits your project or craft.
They offer premium fonts at extremely steep discounts (as much as 96% off), making sure the fonts are very affordable even to the most frugal designer and/or crafter. Some of the fonts included in their affordable bundles would otherwise cost you hundreds of dollars! Talk about saving money!
Their font formats come in OTF (Open Type Font) and TTF (True Type Font) formats, making sure the fonts open in any program. I love this! I can install the fonts on my laptop and use them on my crafts.
They give you lifetime support for any purchases you make, and most of their support requests are handled well within 24 hours. What other font site do you know does that?!
FontBundles.net gives a 30 day money back guarantee on each purchase you make and comes with both personal and commercial licenses, so you can use the fonts on any number of your own or client websites. PLUS there is a “free font of the week” section where you can get 1 awesome font for free every week!
I enjoy fonts, especially the holiday fonts! I am always looking for a new Christmas font or a script font. I create my own designs for my posts and other things. I get a lot of my fonts free. I almost sound like BRICK from “The Middle”. He was a font freak! 😉
The images are of my favorite fonts you can get for free.
See those little blue check marks? They mean that the font is PUA encoded (you know all those swashes, swirls, and special characters you see in some fonts? You don’t need any fancy software to access them, and they are included in the download). Isn’t that the coolest?!
My favorite fonts are free fonts! I mean I have had so many issues with my devices that I don’t feel the need to purchase a font, not to mention I have seen fonts that were pricey turn up on sites for FREE!
A friend created this one layer card. It was so easy to make. She layered the sentiment, for which she used the Angella Script, over a heart image and then printed it out. She was able to swap out the ‘G’ for one of the fancier versions to help balance the design. I created the finished edges with a metal die.
So there you have it. My thoughts on the fontbundles.net site. Pick up your favorite fonts soon! If you make cards, decals, custom shirts, home décor or signs, this site is a great addition to your design arsenal. The savings alone are worth it!
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I’m a Gramma to a beautiful, funny, smart little girl who was born in July of 2014. She’s the joy of my family and I’m so very proud to be a gramma (an alternate spelling for grandma)! I am a coffee, music, movie and outdoor lover! My family and I love picnics, festivals and concerts. Spending time with my family is the best part of my life. I love my job as well! Blogging and product reviewing has given my family and I a lot and I have also learned a lot and made a lot of friends.