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Awesomist Font and Graphics Deal Ever (51 Reasons Why!)

You know the saying 'Save the best for last', right? Well in this case, The Hungry JPEG is doing just the opposite and kicking off 2016 with the best bundle they've ever my opinion.

Silhouette Studio, fonts, graphics

I'm going to get right to the point here, people, because The Jam Packed January Bundle is just that: jam packed with awesome fonts, graphics and goodies.  In fact, there are 36 gorgeous fonts and 15 amazing graphics packs....for a total of 51 sets!   But that's not even the best part...not by a long shot.

As always, every one of the fonts comes with the commercial license and can be downloaded and installed on your computer - which, in turn, will make it appear in your font list in Silhouette Studio the next time you open the program.

But what makes this the awesome-ist bundle yet, in my opinion, is that almost every single one of the fonts included has extra characters, swooshes and glyphs that are accessible to EVERYONE without the need for any special software! All you need is Silhouette Software...which you obviously already have.

While you're looking through the bundle just look for "100% Accessible to Everyone" and "PUA Encoded Characters" and those are your clues that the font has extra characters.

You can access the extras by using the easy process explained here for MAC and here for PC doing so, you can get as fancy as you want! 

Turning our focus to the graphics (like how I did that...I love these little cameras?) each of the PNG graphics can be downloaded onto your computer and then dragged and dropped directly into Silhouette Studio to be turned into a print and cut or sticker or printable or whatever you want. Check out this tutorial for details on turning vector graphics into print and cuts.
Tip: Download the PNG to your computer, then move it onto your desktop before dragging and dropping into Studio. 

In some cases, as is with the graphics in the Awesome Script font, there are what I like to call 'coloring book-style' graphics. With these, you can really customize the designs after you've imported them into Silhouette Studio.

Once the designs are in Studio, use the trace function to trace the design to get cut lines around it and from there the possibilities are endless thanks to the fill color and fill pattern tools.  (The same process was used here to gain access to the various sections of the design.) Or don't fill it at all and instead cut on vinyl instead!

Now that I've shown you how to use the fonts and graphics, here are a few of my favorites from The Jam Packed January Bundle.

The Jam Packed January Bundle from The Hungry JPEG will only be available until the end of January so grab it for $29 now while you can.

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