Check out some more beautiful color palettes to help inspire your next design! I post these regularly on my Instagram account. Please note: All pictures come from free stock photography sites and have the photo sources listed on the pictures.
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Last week I compiled a list of 10 Free Brush Script Fonts, but sometimes you want to use Brush Fonts that aren’t script, and that’s where this list comes in. Here are 10 free fonts you can download right now for free. Make sure to check the licensing information on the download pages to see if it’s free for commercial use before using in products for sale.
In October of 2017 I posted this blog post with five free blog banners you could customize for your own blog. Now I've created five more free banners that you can customize with your own pictures and edit the text to fit your title and subtitle. I’d love to see how you use the banners! Send me a screenshot of your customized banner in action and tag me on Instagram at @millcreekcreativetn!
Note: Files can be opened in Adobe Photoshop. Fonts used will be linked below each design. Pictures used are licensed for public use through creative commons via one of our favorite free stock photo sites, Pixabay. All fonts used are free to download.
These works are intended for free use and may not be sold or resold in any form.
City Slicker | Free Real Estate Blog Banner
Raleigh Writing Club | Free Writing Club Blog Banner
Fearlessly Faye | Free Fashion Blog Banner
Cooking with Kashin | Free Cooking Blog Banner
The Calm Place | Free Yoga Blog Banner
I could spend hours and hours scrolling calligraphy videos on Instagram. If you’re unable to create hand-lettering yourself there are font options out there that can replicate the look. Here are 10 free brush script fonts you can download right now. (Download links below photo).
One of my favorite places to grab background patterns from is subtlepatterns.com. They have, you guessed it, subtle patterns. These are great patterns to use in backgrounds for flyers and websites when you want something a step up from a solid background color, but you want the content, not the background, to stand out. Check out 10 of my favorite patterns from the sight.
Folk Pattern Black
Dark Sharp Edges
Halloween is almost here! October is my favorite month and I love the whole vibe of Halloween. Check out these 10 free fonts to give your designs a spooky vibe! Check licensing information for commercial use.
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