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  1. Just FYI… if you have Windows 7, you cannot drag the file into the Fonts folder. You must open the ttf file and click the Install button. Then it will automatically show up in your fonts folder. 🙂 Thanks for the cool fonts!

  2. My mom found this post via pinterest and she was so excited that she “knew you” since I guest post some. She called me just to tell me how cute your blog was… it was seriously so cute and she’s stoked about the fonts for her RS bulletin. LOL. Love my mom! Keep up the good work!

  3. I love these fonts, but I can not seem to move them into my “font” folder (I have Windows). I tried dragging the file several times into my font folder and it’s still not showing up. Please help if you can!! I really love them and want to use them for gift tags!!

    • You go to the site where the link takes you, download the font. Then once it’s downloaded you have to unzip the file (double click works for me) and then you should be able to drag it into the font folder. Make sure you are dragging the .ttf file.

  4. Thank you so much for sharing your sources. I’d love to know the name of the font you use for your sub headings here on your blog. Love the look.

  5. Hey, I have a Mac, but I don’t know where this “font book” is. Do you know how to find the “font book” on a Mac?


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