We Lived Happily Ever After: The Very Best 16 Free Chalk Fonts

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

The Very Best 16 Free Chalk Fonts


5. Selfish**
9. Garton
12. Lavanderia 


It may be hard to locate the download buttons on some of the above font's hosting pages, so for the hardest ones, I did a step by step to make life easier for you! :) 
*For the font Quilline, scroll down and click "Win : Download" OR "Mac : Download" if you have a Mac. Then proceed with normal download.
**To download the font Selfish, locate "fonts" in the menu and then click it. Scroll down and then click "Selfish" and proceed with normal download.


   


To see my collection of  Rustic Graphics, visit my post HERE.

To see how to make your own Chalkboard Printable using Picmonkey, go HERE.




30 comments :

  1. Great fonts. Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. You have a very sweet Blog, really. ♥

    Love www.rain-of-summer.com :)

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  3. Is Lavendaria free? I can't find it free through the link you posted...

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    1. Yes, it is free. It has an optional donation box. Just put 0 and it will work (unless you want to donate) :)

      <3 Hannah

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  4. what are you using for the chalkboard background in your fonts? did you design something in PSE or Photoshop? I wanted to make cute baby shower invites with the chalkboard look and i downloaded your free fonts.....thank you thank you, but need to create something for the chalkboard itself.

    I just adore you!!!

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    1. Here's the link to where you can download the chalkboard background:

      http://www.welivedhappilyeverafter.com/2013/04/free-20x30-chalkboard-background.html

      Enjoy!

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    2. I downloaded some fonts from your website and downloaded the chalkboard, also; however, I cannot seem to figure out how to type on the chalkboard. I am trying to use Word 2013...is that right?

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    3. You should be able to bring the image to the back and type on it as a background... If you can't figure it out maybe google "how to type in word documents with an image in the background"

      I personally use photoshop, but if you don't have that, you can try uploading it to picmonkey, and use their free fonts.

      Hope that helps!

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  5. Do you happen to know if these will work with PicMonkey? I'm new to blogging and don't know much yet!

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    1. Since picmonkey is an online editing program the fonts don't download onto it, unfortunately. But it works with word and photoshop type programs.

      Sorry! :(

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  6. Excellent resources Hannah! I’ve always been inspired by chalk lettering so I’ll definitely have to check these suggestions out.

    One recommendation of mine is the for finding artistic + decorative style fonts is at http://www.type.is/good – If you love fonts and scrapbooking resources then I can’t suggest it enough. I believe it is invite only or subscription only now, but if you can get in, it is designers gold!

    Anyhow, thanks again for the brilliant post on these fonts!

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  7. What a great collection, thank you for sharing! Just pinned it :)

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  8. Thank you. I love the chalkboard look. I so appreciate you making the link to the background available. I have been looking for something like that for a few weeks now.

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  9. Thank you! I haven't a clue what I'm doing, and this is an easy-to-use resource. I appreciate your putting it together! :)

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  10. I love your blog! Thanks for all the inspiration! I was wondering if you could tell me what font you used for the word Free in the Title. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks! I believe that would be font number 7. Have a great weekend! :)

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  11. hello! once downloaded how do you use it in photoshop? silly question but I can't seem to find the font once I downloaded it

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    1. After you download the font, you need to open up the folder in your "download folder" and click on the font to install it. THEN it will show up in Photoshop and all of your other programs. To see a more detailed description of this process, see my post about it here: http://www.welivedhappilyeverafter.com/2013/06/how-to-download-all-of-those-fun-free.html?showComment=1389386452381#c2982657371122698330

      Hope that helps! :)

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  12. How do I insert text over the banners(adhesive nr 7)? Can it be done in MS Word?

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    1. I am not quite sure what you are asking, but while you can use fonts in word and use a text box to layer it over a banner, if you really want to create a sophisticated image, you need to use a program like photoshop. I've head that you can download your fonts into gimp, and since it's free, it's worth a try. Hope that helps!:)

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  13. Such pretty fonts! Thank you. love your site!

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  14. Can you help me? I am really not getting how to install the fonts once they are downloaded. I am working on a MAC and trying to install the font to photoshop.

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    1. I'm a PC girl, so I would recommend just using google to troubleshoot your question, as pc and mac are different. Hope That helps! :)

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  15. Beautiful fonts, congratulations for this post !

    By Tritrazos

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  16. Thank you so much for this, Hannah. Been looking for a list of free fonts to choose from that could go well with a design we're doing for a client's Kraft labels. "Garton" looks like a winner :)

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  17. What a great collection, thank you for sharing! Just pinned it :)

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