This list of places to find quality graphics for blog images, logos, printables, and products will keep your blog growing, interesting, and legal with commercial-use elements.
Free commercial use script fonts and pairings keep bloggers and entrepreneurs OUT of hot water. Get these script, brush, calligraphy, and handwritten fonts and pairings.
When designing shirts for Amazon Merch or creating your own products or printables, hunting down fonts can be time-consuming! And if you didn’t know you couldn’t use ALL THE FONTS, this is me telling you: designers are allowed to call you out when their work is being used improperly.
Here are 14 free commercial use script fonts for entrepreneurs and bloggers. Note: I have 3 free guides with additional fonts, tips, and commercial use font sources. Sign up below and get it all.
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Free Commercial Use Script Fonts and Pairings
Click on the style listed below (each “Entrepreneur” links to a different font). Mix and match, find your style, or create a font pairings document of your own.
Note: if you’re looking to use these fonts in your Cricut or Silhouette machines, follow the tutorials below:
Commercial Script Fonts, Group 1
These are some of my favorite fonts for female entrepreneurs. They are well-drawn and error free.
Commercial Script Fonts, Group 2
Always check the symbols you’re likely to use in your work, as some could free fonts could be incomplete (often it’s the ampersand and other common glyphs which are left out).
Commercial Script Fonts, Group 3
Script fonts, brush fonts, and any handwritten font can be paired with either a bold or light serif or sans serif. For those, you have a great resource in Google Fonts (more on that below) in addition to those I’m sharing here.
Bloggers and entrepreneurs can make use of the free commercial use script fonts and pairings here, but don’t stop seeking new resources! Add a reminder on your calendar to check the sources listed in the guide.