This is a sponsored post...however, as always, all opinions are my own.
A few weeks ago I was browsing through one of the Silhouette-related Facebook pages and someone mentioned this new website called The Hungry JPEG. Huh...they've got a cute name I'll go check them out. Sure enough they had some really cute stuff too in the way of fonts and spring vectors.
It includes 17 different fonts - many of them come with the commercial license so you can use them on items you sell. Here's a look at some of the fonts in the bundle. I have a thing for scripty, handwritten-ish fonts.
Along with the more than two dozen fonts, the April floral and spring bundle includes 1900 floral illustrations and 100 hand written logos. I think my favorite graphics are these woodland guys. They're so adorable, aren't they?!
Now as we discussed on the blog a few months ago, it's pretty easy to use downloadable vector images with your Silhouette. You just need to download, save to your computer, and then drag and drop them into Studio and then preform a trace.
The floral arrangements illustrations and clipart would be beautiful for print and cuts - though most are admittedly too detailed as cut paper piecing, vinyl designs or stencils.
Some of the simpler vectors would definitely work for vinyl, stencils, sketch pens, and paper cuts though with just a simple trace in Silhouette Studio.
And look!!! With this bundle you also get a bunch of really cool background patterns. If you have Silhouette Studio Designer Edition you can simply drag these into your patterns folder to fill shapes and designs.
Pretty cool, huh? What's really cool is that you can download the bundle and get all of these graphics and fonts instantly for just $29. But don't wait because this April bundle will be going away soon to make way for May's awesome deal on The Hungry JPEG!
Thanks for coming to class today at Silhouette School. If you like what you see, I'd love for you to pin it!