Fullbloom Font Duo

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Fullbloom Font Duo

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Introducing Fullbloom Font Duo A smooth, charming, perfectly paired font duo, (based off my own handwriting), that's ideal for quotes, social media, branding, packaging, overlays and more! Use this elegant combo on everything from logo design to Instagram quotes. 💕

WHAT'S INCLUDED (3 Typefaces):

1. Fullbloom Script - A sweet, handwritten script with language support and 48 alternates (OTF & TTF).

2. Fullbloom Italic - An italic version with an 8 degree slant, to add a touch of elegance to your work (OTF & TTF).

3. Fullbloom Sans - A perfectly paired, handwritten sans serif to go with just about every script. Use this typeface with Fullbloom or any font that might need a straightforward font paring. (OTF & TTF). I get so many questions about good font parings, that I decided to make my own all-purpose Sans Serif.

IMPORTANT STUFF (Read Me):

  • You're NOT buying the preview images/mockups! I get these from multiple sites (CM, Etsy, DesignCuts) to showcase my work, and are not included in the download. If you're curious about a particular mockup, just give me a shout. :)

  • You are NOT buying Photoshop files. All files are installable font files (OTF & TTF).

  • Fonts Include the following Language Support: AÀÁÂÃÄÅCÇDÐEÈÉÊËIÌÍÎÏNÑOØÒÓÔÕÖUÙÜÚÛWẂŴẄẀYÝŸỲŸÆŒßÞþ

  • You will NEED A GLYPHS PANEL or Character Map to access the alternates, as they are in blank character slots. You can find a Glyphs panel in programs like Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape or Photoshop CC. You can also use a Windows Character map. Here's a little video in case you're curious how to do that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BScPsiubM1k

  • The script files have been PUA Encoded for use with a Windows Character Map. 

Okay, that's it! Have Fun and let me know if you have any questions! I'm happy to help! 😘

Callie

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