I'm going C*R*A*Z*Y! (Though my husband might say I was actually just going 'crazier'!) I'm overwhelmed by the creativity shown by some of my elementary fellow bloggers, as well as, the folks pinning away at Pinterest. Needless to say my creative juices are flowing and I'm approaching that time of summer when I start creating forms, etc. for the classroom.
I'm a fan of Lettering Delights and have purchased some of their alphabets and fonts. But I'm also a fan of *FREE*!!! So here are some of the sources which I use for fonts:
Better Fonts - just make sure you click on the 'free' tab!
FontStruct - if you're talented and want to create your own font, here's a great website to do so
ScrapNFonts often has free fonts available.
1001 Free Fonts
Kevin and Amanda
Sugar Frog Fonts
Miss Tina Fonts
Google Web Fonts (who knew?)
Ace Free Fonts
and finally...trying to identify a font, but can't? Head on over to WhatTheFont? .
And please remember, before downloading a font you really should read the TOS (Terms of Service), especially if you are planning on using any of the fonts in something you plan on selling.
If you have another source for free fonts, please leave a comment below.