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The Hungry JPEG Brings Back 10 Retired Graphic and Font Bundles (Limited Time)

If you ever had font restraint regret (it's a thing!), now's your second chance!! The Hungry JPEG is doing something totally awesome and totally different this month.

Rather than introducing a new font bundle in February, they're bringing back 10 retired commercial font bundles each for a limited time.  

So...if you didn't grab these amazing commercial use graphics bundles when they were originally released - now you have a second chance!

So far five of the 10 re-released bundles have come back! Throughout the rest of February five more will be released.

Here's a look at just a few of the packs that have come back!

I love this Cute Graphics Pack because it has so many adorable graphics in it. And they're all available for commercial use.

The September bundle includes 40 of The Hungry JPEG's best selling fonts - so it's like an All Star commercial font and graphics bundle!!

The On the Spot bundle is just $9 and includes 16 gorgeous fonts and 5 commercial use graphic sets. Total steal!

If you love flowers the Mia Charro Graphics bundle is to die for!!

And the March bundle is the most recently released of the re-released bundles.

Be sure to keep on eye on the Bundles section of The Hungry JPEG in February so you don't miss the return of any of the formerly retired graphic and font bundles!

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