Hello there! This time I’d like to post my first font, created in 2012. It’s a handwriting font called GelPen. Since I really like writing on black paper with fluorescent and pastel gel pens it wasn’t too difficult to come up with this name. It’s probably not going into the font hall of fame but I think it has worked well in various applications I’ve seen it used in over the years, such as keyboard apps for phones, videos, whiteboard apps, comics, and business apps. I have really enjoyed seeing what people have done with this!
GelPen comes in three weights and is free to download. If you use any of my fonts for your projects, please feel free to let me know so I can give you a shout out on my Pinterest board!
An addition to the Olives family, Olives sans Pimiento International version is available for purchase. This typeface contains extended character sets and accented glyphs and is my first foray into Cyrillic. If you are looking for a fun font for a Russian project, look no longer! Head on over to Shara’s Font Shop and download it today! 20% off if you share on social media.
Meet Prinsesstårta, a carefully hand-crafted, hand printed typeface. Sweet and delicate like the Swedish Princess Cake that it’s named after, it’s great for body text, small point sizes, and anything requiring a hand printed look such as comics or cartoons. Six typefaces-light, medium and bold, + italics. Contains Latin and West European glyphs, so you can even type the word “prinsesstårta” with this font!
Presenting a new dingbats font, Mandalesque! A collection of mandala-type illustrations for decorative projects. The complete character map can be viewed here on my Fontspace page. I’m really enjoying creating these types of fonts lately and I have a few more that are in progress. Hopefully I can get back to doing more once the craziness of the holidays are over. Until then, I hope you enjoy this. And please, if you ever have any problems with any of my fonts please feel free to contact me anytime! Happy holidays!!
We’re making homemade vanilla extract and I wanted to make labels for them. Even though this isn’t a flowery, ornate, traditional kind of font for something like that I could see it working as a generic but modern medicine bottle kind of look. I’m figuring out the design for them now. Once I have something I’ll post the labels on this blog for a free download. Seriously though if you are ever interested in making vanilla extract it turns out so delicious!
Paper Snowflakes! Just in time for the holiday season and winter, this dingbat font contains solid and outlined snowflakes-the kind you might cut from paper. This font is not 100% complete yet but it’s still chock full of flaky goodness. Just consider this a preview! 😀 Free download at Sharasfonts.com!