Sunday, October 2, 2016

New Font: Sunday Morning Grace {Free Download!}

Sometimes I find myself working on a project that needs a special font. However, finding one that fits the bill AND is licensed for commercial use is a real buzz kill. That's why I love the iFontMaker app. In about 20 minutes I can have a new font up and running with very minimal effort. If you don't have this app, but you are a font-aholic, check it out in the app store. You won't be disappointed.

Anyway, here is the font that I came up with for the project I was working on. Warning: It's very girly and curly and cute.


The ampersand has a curlicue! Gah!

You can download this font (and hundreds more) for free here. All of my fonts are public domain {aka commercial use ok}, but not all of them in the gallery are. Please make sure you read the license info on each one and respect the creator's wishes.

Saturday, October 1, 2016

So here's the latest thing that I've been working on. It's rainbow clipart! I know you need some of this in your life!

This set contains 68 individual files and an instruction/idea booklet. It is not a font. The files are saved as .gif with transparent backgrounds for easy document and website use. These are high-quality images that can be easily resized in a Word or PowerPoint document.

Included are the letters A-Z, both uppercase and lowercase, the numbers 0-9, a period, comma, exclamation point, question mark, pound sign (hashtag) and dollar sign.

What can you make with these images?
*Make your newsletters pop with an accent of color! 
*Print, cut out, and laminate large letters for bulletin boards! 
*Print small classroom labels! 
*Make a rainbow alphabet poster! 
*Use them in your PowerPoint presentations! 
*Make your students oooh and ahhh at your mad rainbow-colored skills!
 
The font used is “Poppins” by Indian Type Foundry; commercial license applied. 

Please check out my TPT store for this awesome set and other coordinating products to make your classroom all matchy-matchy!