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As an SVG designer, I'm always on the lookout for smooth, cuttable fonts for crafters. Since my customer base is mainly women with Cricut and Silhouette vinyl cutters, I tend to stick to trendy, cute fonts that are as easy to read as they are to cut.
It's more of a challenge to find cute fonts than you'd think. Looking back on my designs when I started out, my fonts weren't super smooth, and honestly, some of them were kind of ugly!
My word placement looked okay, but my fonts were all wrong. This made some of my designs look cheap and rushed, even though I put in lots of time to make them. I was making sales, but it seemed like my business was growing slower than everyone else's. Has this ever happened to you?
Discouraged, I started looking around Pinterest, and I found a link to a font by Missy Meyer. I INSTANTLY fell in love and rushed to buy it. Later, I found out that she's basically the queen of cute fonts for Cricut. 4 of the fonts in this list are Missy Meyer fonts!
I used the font in one of my designs, and I started making sales on the design THAT SAME DAY. That had never happened to me before!
I started looking for similar fonts and quickly began buying them up. I miiight have overdone it a little, but my sales just kept growing! Soon, I started making enough money through sales to pay rent, bills, start making college payments, and invest money back into my business.
Cute Fonts for Crafters
The cute fonts in this list are my customer's favorites. Every time I make a design using one of these, it usually sells very well. They cut very smoothly, and are amazing for tons of craft projects.
Some of these fonts are a bit of an investment, but I promise, if you use these in your designs, you'll make your money back. I was afraid to spend money on fonts at first, but it is so so worth it. They keep your designs looking professional, stylish, and unique.
It might be smart to bookmark this page, just so you don't forget the names of the fonts you've downloaded. It's hard to remember font names sometimes. Having a list of them bookmarked is super helpful and keeps them from being forgotten.
If you'd like to save this page, you can pin the image below to Pinterest. 🙂
These fonts are all available for commercial use! This means you can use them in your designs and projects that you sell. This does not mean that you can resell the font itself for a profit. This is against copyright laws.
Thanks so much for reading about these cute fonts for crafters! Do you have a favorite cute font? I think mine is Farmhouse Lemonade, but it's SO hard to choose! Let me know yours in the comments!
If you'd like to see some more commercial use fonts, click here to see 14 Free for Commercial Use Script Fonts!
Looking for more craft related fonts? Check out my list of 14 Amazing Free Monogram Fonts.