Choosing the Right Font for a Cricut or Silhouette Project

This post is for my readers who are crafters.

Whether you have a Silhouette or a Cricut  choosing the right font for a project can take a lot of time and cause  frustrations.    I recently found a webpage to help make reaching that decision faster and easier.

With this website all you have to do is type in a word. Then select the load fonts box. Amazingly the word is shown in all of the fonts that are loaded onto your computer.  (It won’t show you the Cricuts fonts that you have to buy through Design Space.)

Here are a small sampling of the fonts I have on my computer:

I typed out all of my fonts for the words “love my cricut” and to my surprise I had 9 pages of fonts.

This site has saved me so much time.  I love it and use it every time I make a project on my cricut.  All you have to do is click the following link….www.wordmark.it.  The site is so easy to use.  Try it out and let me how you like it.

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Size 16 and Happy?!?&@*


My September ’16 issue of Style Watch magazine came in the mail today.  The following article made me think of how much pressure is on women to be like the ladies they see on television and in the movies that are a size 0-10.  Let’s face it.  Most of us ladies are size 14, 16, 18, or bigger. To my male readers,  please don’t make your woman feel bad about her body image.  I sincerely doubt if you are the same size you were when you first met.  Anyway, read the article and hopefully it will make you more satisfied with your weight.  I know it made me feel better.

 


Article from Style Watch Magazine September 2016


Now Ladies, don’t you feel better about yourself?


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