Remember, fonts downloaded and installed on your computer, when Silhouette Studio is closed, will automatically appear in your font list the next time to open up the software. If you need a step by step tutorial on fonts and Silhouette Studio, check out this tutorial.
Now, let's get down to business. DaFont.com is one of my favorite places to start when looking for fonts.
If you click on a category from the homepage you'll notice that all of the fonts have the use-type above the download button. Some say For Personal Use Only...100% Free...Demo...Shareware...
We're looking for 100% free or Public Domain to use commercially.
The most important one, in my opinion, is that little tiny "More Options" link there. Yeah, it's easy to miss..but I'm telling you it's like a hidden gem.
***It's always a good idea to read the fine print. The fine print comes with the font as one of the download files so be sure to read it! Silhouette School blog takes NO responsibility for improperly used fonts!
Another awesome place to find free commercial fonts to use in your Silhouette creations is Font Squirrel. The website's claim to fame is 100% free for commercial use fonts...at your fingertips! There's no filtering even needed because they've done all the work for you.
Again, double check the fine print on all commercial fonts...ain't nobody got time to get busted by the font police.
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