We Lived Happily Ever After: Free Rasterized PNG Font

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Free Rasterized PNG Font

Remember that cute print (HERE) I shared with you all earlier this week? Today I am going to share the Free Rasterized PNG Font I made it with. It's not a traditional, typable font. Instead, it's a hand drawn font with spots of transparency & a rough brush feel for all your digital design needs. And I am also going to show you how to use it in your designing! Go all the way to the bottom of the post for the download link. 

Here's how to use this PNG Font in Photoshop:

There is a PSD document included in the download with all the individual letters in separate layers. Simply copy (or drag) the desired layer with the letter you want from the PSD document.

Next, paste (or drop) the layer into your desired document. You can use the "move tool" (the arrow) to adjust placement.

The best part about this Rasterized Font, is the varying transparency in the letters, which allows textured and colored backgrounds to show through.

To see how to use these PNG graphics in Picmonkey, see my tutorial HERE (you will need to upload each letter as a separate overlay) To see how to change the color of the graphics in Picmonkey, see this post HERE.
If you use this font in your designs, please feel free to tag me using @welivedhappilyeverafter or #welivedhapilyeverafterblog on Instagram!

This font is Free for Personal Use. If you are planning on using it commercially, or for branding, please purchase my commercial licence HERE. Also, please read my terms of use in the download folder, and follow the directions there if you have any questions. 

If you are having issues using this download link, please reference my FAQ post HERE to troubleshoot it.