Focus on Your Innergram [Photo Invitations]

Focus on Your Innergram. Great theme for New Beginnings, YWIE, Girls Camp, Youth Conf. Tons of FREE Printables!
Feburary 2018 NOTE: Focus on Your Innergram has been updated and expanded. Check out a new freebie pack here and purchase the event pack in my Etsy shop!

This is the third post in my series featuring the Focus on Your Innergram theme. All of these projects offer the option to use the 2014 Mutual Theme or add your own. In case you missed my previous posts and the explanation of this theme, you can find all of my other Focus on Your Innergram printables here: Continue reading “Focus on Your Innergram [Photo Invitations]”

Font Favorites: Seven Free Script Fonts with a Retro-Vintage Flair

Here is installment two in my Font Favorites series.  Right now I’m working on our annual family newsletter to send with our Christmas cards.  This year, I want to use a vintage-inspired design scheme (think 1950’s) and, of course, 1950’s-style fonts.  As I searched the internet and my font collection for the perfect typeface for my newsletter greetings, I found seven wonderful vintage-style script fonts to share with you.  They make perfect retro titles and headlines.  Click on the previews or font names to go to their download pages.

 Lavenderia   This is a gorgeous font based on signs around San Francisco. Download for free–and why not offer a small donation if you love it, too!
 Advert   I love the just-painted, brush-stroke feel of this typeface.  
 Pacifico   Use this rounded retro font with great capital letters for eye-catching titles.  
 Marketing Script   Marketing Script reminds me of the old hand-painted painted signs found in grocery stores when I was younger.  
 Quigley Wiggly   The creator of this font found it on a toothpick wrapper and developed it further.  I enjoy its thick and thin lines.  
 Ballpark Weiner   Ballpark Weiner brings to mind old-style athletic jackets and t-shirt lettering.  
 Blessed Day   Look at those delicious capitals!  I love the eye-catching curves of this font.

What do you think of these fonts? Have you found other great retro script fonts? Share them with us in the comments!