Font Identifier Blogpost Gets an Update

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October 22, 2019 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 17, Issue 43

Hi there!

As a scrapbooker with a creative bend toward customizing, I often wonder. . .
What is that font?

Take any given scrapbook kit with adorable word art, like Just Peachy by Syndee Rogers.

  • If you were to figure out what fonts were used in HER word art (#1),
  • Then YOU could create matching word art using those same fonts (#2).

Ready to give font identification a try? You’ll find a link to my updated blog post below. Websites like the one highlighted in my post are a game-changer for people like me.

And, learning how to identify fonts will be a huge bonus when creating the amazing projects from Jenifer’s Perfectly Personal Word Art class. I hope to see you there!

Love and creative success,


Jen White
DigitalScrapper.com
QwikLearn.Teachable.com

P.S. There are only 3 days left to take advantage of Jenifer’s new class. The Introductory Saving and Early Bird Bonus expire Friday night. Premier Coupon Holders will find additional savings in the classroom.

P.P.S. Lifetime Premier Coupon holders will find a link in your classroom for extra savings.

P.P.P.S. In case you missed last week’s newsletter, Julie Singco from Indiana is now taking care of your customer support emails and questions.

 


 

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Our Most Popular Post Gets an Update

A Font Identifier That Works! is the most popular post on our blog, and this week it’s been given an update.

  • Up-to-date instructions,
  • Added video tutorials,
  • And, inspiration to help you get started on your next scrapbook page.

Read and watch on the blog: A Font Identifier That Works! by Jen White

 


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