We continue March Madness Milestones at AnchoredScraps.com today with …
What’s Your Type?
Type as in referring to “True Type Fonts” which you would use with your digital documents (Word, Powerpoint, …) or digital scrapbooking pages to name a few.
In case you are not familiar with the term, see definition of truetype fonts at Wikipedia and/or business dictionary truetype-font. It basically means the font is scalable and can handle a large range of sizes.
Do you already have a collection of fonts? There are many truetype fonts available for free. Consider doing some searches on “free truetype fonts”, or widen the search with “free truetype fonts scrapbooking” and you will see many results. This link at KevinandAmanda has some fun free scrapbooking fonts and I have even made a small paypal contribution to their site within the past few months because I like their work so much.
Last month I came across an old CD from Creating Keepsakes of fonts for scrapbooking. These instructions came up among my search results on How to download fonts.
On my anchoredscraps.com/notes page I will be adding a section for TrueType fonts with today’s references and will update it as new fonts are discovered worth sharing. As you continue your search and collection do not be surprised to see it grow!