I love a great font, and I guessing since you are here - so do you! Today I'm sharing a few of my favorite fonts, and the best part they are free! Not just one, or some, ALL FREE!!! Trying to make a list of only 10 was really hard, so I will be sharing more of my favorites in the near future!
Simply click on the image to download the freebie!
Today marks the beginning of September, which means fall is upon us here is Michigan. The leaves have begun to change colors and the temperature has been steadily dropping. I'm not a fan of the cold, but am looking forward to snuggling under cozy blankets drinking warm drinks!
So, in honor of fall aka pumpkin spice season I created this freebie to share! To download your FREE 8x10" sign, simply click on the image below and save the file to your computer!
The Fourth of July is just around the corner! Click on the image below to download your free cupcake wrapper printable!
Now that you've downloaded your file to your computer, you're probably wondering how on earth do I edit this?
You need to open the file in Adobe Reader ( a free program already installed on most computers - or the program can be downloaded at adobe.com)
Click on the blue box to begin typing. To change the size, color or font press "ctrl" "E" and the form field text properties window will pop up.
If you are on a Mac you can open the window by:
Clicking View on the menu bar
>> Tool Bar Items
>>> Show Properties Bar
You can adjust the location of the text in the box by clicking on the "more..." box and "paragraph" tab. To center the text use the text middle button (second photo).
*** Please remember not all files can be edited - only the files marked as "editable" can be edited.
Some of you many be wondering "what the heck is a printable?" A printable, or party printable, is a file that you download to your computer and print yourself. You can also upload it or take it somewhere to be printed, such as Staples, if you don't have/want to use your own home printer.
Some files are ready to use as soon as printed, and others involve cutting out and some assembly. For both types it's still a faster/cheaper alternative to customized and printed files that have to be shipped to you!