It’s no secret that I love brush fonts so I have built up quite a collection over the years. I discover new fonts on Pinterest frequently and pin them to my fonts board. Brush fonts are perfect for adding that handmade touch to a design, whether it be a logo, invitation, t-shirt, stationery, greeting cards, and much more.
These are decorative fonts so they look best when used as headlines, not paragraphs of text. So use them sparingly 🙂
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Besom is a free uppercase brush font ideal for posters and t-shirts. Check it out here.
Beverly is a playful hand-made font perfect for kids party invitations. Check it out here.
Blackflower is a brutal and rough brush font. Use it in your edgy designs. Check it out here.
Botanica has a nice texture and consists of four fonts: script and dry brush script, sans and sans-oblique. Check it out here.
Brocha is a free edgy and attention-grabbing brush font. It looks great on posters and t-shirts. Check it out here.
Brusher is a free smooth brush font. Great for greeting cards and invitations. Check it out here.
Cutie Star is a free, adorable handmade font ideal for greeting cards, invitations, posters and more. Check it out here.
That’s it! This is only part 1 for now, with lots more to come. Which of these fonts are your favourites? What do you plan to make with these fonts? Let me know in the comments.
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