As I’m redoing the site and weeding out the old stuff, I gotta tell ya, it’s overwhelming me. Many of the links to places that I’ve listed here (3 pages worth) are now out dated. There are soooo many incredible websites now that all have great info and articles and links to more of the same. Truthfully? I can’t keep up... and why should I really, when there are others out there that are doing a much better job than I?
I’m sure there are many that you’re familiar with but maybe there’s a few that you’ve missed.
Ok, ready? H-e-r-e we go (in no particular order).
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There are a couple of links I’m keeping, simply because I use them ALL of the time.
FONTS - Can't find the fonts that I've used in my sets? 99% chance I got it from one of these links. *hint* I don't always remember where I've gotten all of my fonts, if there is no "readme" or copyright attached. So, if you're looking for a particular font, do a search on Google, type in the font name, (ie; "cool+font") and 98% of the time they'll will come up with it!
STC Font Browser - EXcellent online utility to view all of the fonts in your font folder. I've used this to double check fonts that I own before buying new ones! *FAV tool* It’s created in Flash© so you won’t be able to view it on your tablet of smart phone.
MyFonts - The #1 place that I purchase my fonts from. Tons of foundries here. And I have to tell you, for as large of a company that they are, they are exTREMely quick to answer your questions - always! They rockola!
The Font Marketplace has fonts that are targeted specifically for different uses such as scrapbooking, weddings & photo albums.