17+ Free Handwritten Fonts

 Looking for some Free Handwritten Fonts?
Today’s your lucky day….

Recently I shared 5 tips to write more snail mail.  There’s nothing quite like the handwritten letter!  I love doing it.  Another love of mine is creating printables.  When creating fun printables for you or sending them off as happy mail to friends and family, I love to use a variety of fonts.  Many of them have a handwritten feel and today I thought I would share some of my favorite Free Handwritten Fonts with all of you!

17+ Free Handwritten FontsEach of the fonts are listed with links for your convenience:
Learning Curve  | CK Jot  |  Always in My Heart | Dear Joe
Mathilde | Baby Boston |  English Essay | Happy Fox  | The Skinny Font
5th Grade Cursive CK Carolyn  |  Colors of Autumn  | Somebody I used to Know
Pacifico Cafe + Brewery  | Handwriting Dakota | My Skinny Jeans  | Claire Hand

They’re all quite fabulous, right?  Who doesn’t love free fonts too?  Do you have a favorite handwritten font (or any font for that matter) that you like to use?  Feel free to share it with us in the comments below. Can you ever have too many fonts?  {giggle}

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  1. Mathilde says

    Hi Kelly,

    Funny I was about to download the font with which you wrote Mailbox and just saw its name was “Mathilde”, which is my first name!!!
    Must be a sign, thanks anyway!

  2. Jerilyn says

    Looks like I am the only one who doesn’t know how to download this so that I can actually use it. Would you mind telling me how to do this? I hit the download button and found it in one of my files but I don’t know how to use it in my word documents (I use Open Office). Thanks for help, in advance!

    • says

      Hi Jerilyn! I’m not familiar with Open Office. However, once you’ve downloaded the font to your computer, you’ll need to install the font into your font folder. This is usually done by going to your control panel and finding your font folder, depending on what computer you’re using. It might be easier to just google how to install fonts on your system (windows or mac). I hope that helps… and we all had to learn this at one point, so you’re certainly not alone. xo


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