New: KG All of the Stars Font

This is a cutie!  While certainly not appropriate for your college term paper, this is a cute little font for playful things! :)

KG All of the Stars Font

Click the image to download this font from Fontspace.

Have a great day!

Feel free to contact me with any questions!

Please pay for commercial use.

Need information on embroidery font licensing?  App licensing for iOS and Android is also available here.

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For licensing options, you can pay directly via my website. I also offer licensing via Fontspring or Etsy. Teachers can also license for their teaching products at Teachers Pay Teachers.

Every Woman is Worthy of Love

A few months ago, I saw a quote on a friend’s Facebook that made me feel a little queasy.  I gave my husband a little sermon on why I hated the quote and moved on.

Three times in the past week, I’ve seen the same quote pop up on Pinterest and Facebook.

“There are no ugly women, only lazy ones.” (Helena Rubinstein- cosmetics mogul)

This bothers me on a number of levels.  But today I just hit a breaking point and took to my Facebook and posted this:

For the third time this week, I’ve seen someone post this quote (on FB and Pinterest).

“There are no ugly women, only lazy ones.” (Helena Rubinstein- cosmetics mogul)

Y’all. Stop it. Who cares what someone looks like on the outside. God loves you for you- the inside you.

If someone doesn’t want to slather their face with bat poop and chemicals to look a little more like what society currently deems is attractive, who cares? (And P.S. I actually love makeup! This isn’t anti-makeup! This is anti-shaming!)

This quote is not truth. This quote is not important. This quote is not Pinnable quality commentary on life.

How about this?

There are no women who are unworthy of love.

Or this one?

There are no women God doesn’t see and love and know.

Pin that. And stop spreading shaming junk that makes women feel like they need to step up their game in order to fit in. We are all sisters, just trying to make it through the day. Support, don’t shame. The end.

People asked me to make my quotes into posters.  So here you go.  I switched them up a bit and made them into posters.

Bonus: Click on them to download a printable 8.5×11 copy of the poster from Dropbox and tell a girlfriend of yours that she is worthy of love and loved by God.

If you agree with this, pin this, pass it along.  Let the voice of love and support be louder than the voice of shame.

 

Every woman is worthy of love

 

Every Woman

Fonts Used:

KG Only Human

KG Second Chances

KG Arrows

KG The Fighter

Add Fonts to Your iPad/iPhone for Word/Pages Keynote/Powerpoint Excel/Numbers and more!

How to Add Fonts to iPhone or iPad

I get asked on a daily basis about this and I was always under the understanding that Apple doesn’t allow for third party fonts to be installed directly into the iOS system.

This is still true, but there is now a way you can add fonts to your device– they won’t be system fonts used for things like Messaging and Facebook.  However, you CAN use them in Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Keynote, Pages, and more! :)

It does require purchasing a $1.99 app >>here<<.  The AnyFont app (I’m NOT affiliated in any way, shape, or form with this app!) allows you to take your fonts, install them, and use them in the above listed programs.  They may work in other programs, but I’m honestly not 100% sure which ones.

Here’s a step by step guide on how to use the AnyFont app.

STEP ONE: Download the AnyFont app.

STEP TWO: Open up your Dropbox folder that contains the fonts you wish to use.  If you don’t already use Dropbox, see my Phonto tutorial which explains some of that.

STEP THREE: Tap on the file you wish to install.  I decided to just use my entire all KG Fonts download from here.  When you tap on the zip file in Dropbox, it will look like this- no preview available.

STEP FOUR:  Tap in the bottom left corner, the box with the arrow coming out the top.  This gives you options of where to open up the zip file.  Select “open in…”

STEP FIVE: After tapping “Open in…” you will get options.  Tap “Open in AnyFont.”

STEP SIX: AnyFont will unzip the folder and show you a list of the contents.  Mine looks like this.  Scroll through and select a font to install.

STEP SEVEN: Tap on the font you wish to install.  I opted for KG Second Chances Solid.  After tapping on it, you can opt to preview the font if you like before installing.  To install, just tap the icon in the center.

STEP EIGHT: On the warning page, click “install”.  Obviously, you install fonts at your own risk, blah blah blah.

STEP NINE: Open your program of choice.  My example shows the font in Pages.  In Pages, click the paintbrush before beginning to type (or after selecting text) and then select the desired font by clicking on the current font (11 pt Helvetica in this case) and selecting a new font from the list.  Close out of that and start typing!  It’s pretty simple!

If your font doesn’t show up, you might need to close and reopen the program.  It won’t work in every program, but I know Pages, Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and Keynote should work!

  

 

As always with my tutorials, I can’t provide support if these things don’t work for you!  But I hope this is helpful in some small way!

New: KG Shake it Off

Several months ago, my 10-year-old daughter, Kate, asked if she could make a specific style of font with me.  She drew everything out for me on paper.  She’s been waiting as patiently as possible for a 10-year-old and I’m happy to say it is finally finished.

KGShakeitOff600

Click the image to download this font from Fontspace.

Have a great day!

Feel free to contact me with any questions!

Please pay for commercial use.

Need information on embroidery font licensing?  App licensing for iOS and Android is also available here.

Connect on Facebook or Twitter for my latest updates!
For licensing options, you can pay directly via my website. I also offer licensing via Fontspring or Etsy. Teachers can also license for their teaching products at Teachers Pay Teachers.

Free Annie Get Your Gun Printable 8×10

luckygirlweb

Terms of Use: This is free.  Use it freely for personal use- print it for yourself or your coworker or your friend or your boss.  Don’t sell it. Don’t claim it as your own.  Be kind in the way you use images online.

Fonts Used:
KG Only Human
KG Somebody That I Used to Know

Free Wicked 8×10 Lyric Printable

Free Wicked Close My Eyes and Leap Printable

Terms of Use: This is free.  Use it freely for personal use- print it for yourself or your coworker or your friend or your boss.  Don’t sell it. Don’t claim it as your own.  Be kind in the way you use images online.

Fonts Used:
KG Two is Better Than One
KG No Regrets Sketch
KG Eyes Wide Open

Free Kinky Boots Lyric Printable “Just Be”

Kinky Boots Just Be

Terms of Use: This is free.  Use it freely for personal use- print it for yourself or your coworker or your friend or your boss.  Don’t sell it. Don’t claim it as your own.  Be kind in the way you use images online.

Fonts Used:
KG Second Chances Sketch
KG Seven Sixteen

Free Pippin Printable 8×10 Poster

Pippin was my husband and daughters’ first Broadway show to see in NYC. Because of this, it holds a special place in our hearts.

Pippin 8x10 Printable

Terms of Use: This is free.  Use it freely for personal use- print it for yourself or your coworker or your friend or your boss.  Don’t sell it. Don’t claim it as your own.  Be kind in the way you use images online.

Fonts Used:
KG Tangled Up in You
Janda Cheerful Script

Free Wicked “Handprint on My Heart” Printable 8×10

Click the image below to download from Dropbox.

Free Wicked Handprint on my Heart Printable

Terms of Use: This is free.  Use it freely for personal use- print it for yourself or your coworker or your friend or your boss.  Don’t sell it. Don’t claim it as your own.  Be kind in the way you use images online.

Fonts Used:
KG Ten Thousand Reasons
KG Strawberry Limeade

Free Matilda 8×10 Printable Lyric Poster

I fell in love with Matilda when we saw it on Broadway in March. It is such a whimsical and feel-good musical. And yes, sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty!

Click the image below to download from Dropbox.

alotweb

Terms of Use: This is free. Use it freely for personal use- print it for yourself or your coworker or your friend or your boss. Don’t sell it. Don’t claim it as your own. Be kind in the way you use images online.

Fonts Used:
KG Miss Kindergarten
KG Second Chances Solid
KG The Fighter