Download it here.
I had forgotten how much fun I’ve had looking at and downloading fonts. Since I’ve gotten into digital scrapbooking it’s been even more fun to find just the perfect font for the page I’m working on. Recently that has been my son’s graduation album, so I wouldn’t use anything this “pretty,” but when I saw it I knew it belonged in my ever-growing collection.
Even if you don’t do digital scrapbooking but do paper scrapbooking, you can print your page titles out using a nice font and paste it to your page. I did that for a long time before I switched to digital.
Another use for them is when you are making lesson plans, posters, or chore lists. Try using something fancy when you post your schedule in the kitchen, or the “How To” list in the bathroom. Why stick to boring Times New Roman when there are so many fancier ones just waiting to be used? Try different colors and sizes, too. A chore list is always more interesting when it is colorful and inviting.
Are you familiar with the Homeschool Freebie of the Day? This is a wonderful resource that you can sign up for and it will come to your mail box once a week with a list of the freebie for each day. They are on a break right now and won’t begin again until the end of June, but it is definitely worth checking out.
This site Christian Audio offers a free audio book to download each month.
Here is a very interesting article on Sergeant York (1887–1964). He was a Medal of Honor recipient. You can visit his home in Tennessee. There is also a movie about him, titled “Sergeant York” (1941). We’ve seen both and thoroughly enjoyed them.
And last I wanted to mention some books written by a friend of mine – Discovering God’s Names Products by Rachel Larkin. You can view them in my bookstore.
Let me know what you enjoy.
Finding Joy in the Journey, Phyllis
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