Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Decorative Scallop

This is just another basic file for you all (hoping to get back to some more detailed files as soon as things aren't so hectic around here). I haven't done a test cut of this, so I'm not sure how it would do if it were cut super-duper small, but otherwise, it should be fine. :)
Click here to download. :)

I'm also hoping to get my fonts organized later today... they're currently all just installed on my hard drive in no particular folders or anything, so after you have a couple thousand fonts, you can imagine what a nightmare it is to find things.

Anyone have any suggestions for a nice organizational system for them? What different folders do you use to organize your fonts? Any help at all is highly appreciated!


  1. Thanks Brittany..This will come in handy for quite a few things...Have a great day..Cindy

  2. Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Elements post on Aug. 21, 2009. Thanks again.

  3. I love the pretty edge on this scallop.

    I sort my fonts into two folders....Free Fonts and Commercial Use Fonts (fonts that can be used for commercial purposes, but not purchased..all free.)
    Inside the Free Fonts folder I have a folder for:
    Dingbats, Doodle, Fillable, Grungy, Holidays, Fancy Print, Print, Script, Sports, Stamped, Themed...and on and on. This is just a sampling. In my Dingbat folder I have folders for: Angels, Animals, Beach, Birds, Birthday, Borders, Flowers, Frames, etc. This just makes it easier for me to find the type of font or dingbat I want instead of having to look through all of them.
    I hope this helps you and thanks for sharing the pretty scallop.

  4. omg your blog is the greatest thanks for sharing your hard work

  5. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Thank you for sharing your lovely files! It is much appreciated.

    I just recently downloaded a free font program called Font Frenzy. I love it! You can type in the words you using in the dialog box at the bottom and all of the fonts will show up with a sample of your quote. All you do is scroll and find the one you like. You can change the font size and view each letter/dingbat for that font easily. I am sure it can do more stuff, but I am still playing around with it. Good luck!

  7. this is great! I love it!! Thanks for sharing this file!!

  8. Lovely. Thanks for sharing.

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