Journaling is something that is often put off until the layout is finished in every other way. If you do this too, you are certainly not alone. In a recent poll, 78% of scrapbookers voted that they wait until the end to do their journaling. I find it difficult to do it at the beginning, though there have been times that I have.
Since I happen to put off journaling until the end, I have a lot of layouts that are sitting in limbo waiting for that final journaling block. I decided recently to play ‘catch up’ and get that journaling into place. My kids love the stories almost as much as they love the pictures.
In an earlier article, I gave you my top picks for font sites on the Internet that have ‘perfect for scrapbooking’ fonts to download for free or a small fee. I have come across even more font sites that are perfect for scrapbooking fonts.
They have an awesome selection of free fonts that not only work great for journaling on your layouts, but also titles, dates and other words that you can put on your layout.
ScrapNFonts is a relatively new find for me, as I had not heard of them until recently. I love the selection, and the easy to browse pages. These are not free scrapbooking fonts, but they are low cost and they even have a dollar bin with some super cute fonts.
This has been a favorite of mine for a very long time. I have loads of CD’s from them, and I use these fonts a lot in my scrapbooking. They have regular fonts, but then they also have really unique and creative title alphabets that you can customize using their software (free download). You will have unlimited possibilities with Lettering Delights.