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Once again we prevail (I really wish we had smiles here). A few days back I posted an article about creating your own handwritten font. Unfortunately I missed the fact that it was no longer a free service, upsetting some of our faithful readers. So I took it upon myself to rectify this and contacted yourfonts.com.

They kindly offered a 50% discount coupon code for our readers.

Go to yourfonts.com – and do your thing.

When it comes to buy the font use the following coupon code:


The coupon is good for as many fonts as you’d like, during the entire month, so get creative.

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Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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7 thoughts on “Yourfonts.com Offers 50% Discount (July Only)”

  1. Ang087 says:

    It's nice that Your Fonts is offering to do that for half price but it still costs. I figured since I would have to pay to have a font made then why not just buy the software and have it on my laptop where I could make unlimited fonts whenever I want them. The software is called Scanahand and works the same way as Your Fonts does.

    I bought the standard edition and I've had so much fun with it. It has a built in feature that automatically saves the font when selected to the hard drive in Windows/fonts.

    If I used the coupon (at half price) and made around 9 fonts this month at Your Fonts, it would add up to what Scanahand costs. It's not a bad price considering that you can make as many fonts as you wish. :)


    1. RyRy says:

      your fonts uses that program to give you your fonts…says so right on the page your buy from

      1. Anonymous says:

        You’re absolutely correct. I love the fact that I don’t have to go to “Your Fonts” and pay them each time I wish to make a new font. I can make my own fonts anytime I wish and I’ve made close to 30 different fonts so far.

  2. Thomas says:

    thank you for the tip :)
    Maybe we should offer to do a review and a competition :)

  3. Rich says:

    Thanks Angie!

  4. RSVR85 says:

    *sigh*…. another competition???

  5. Ang087 says:

    LOL! It sounds sort of fun, though! I decided to experiment and I discovered that I could also use cursive letters with Scanahand. It turned out pretty good except that I messed up a little on the letter 't'. Oh well, I can always work on a new template! :)

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