A Dozen and A Doodle Free Font Thursday!

I know. I’m a day early! I usually post new fonts on Friday, but since I’ll be in Austin this weekend at the BlogHer Food conference, I decided to go ahead and share these fun new fonts with you today! Yipee! Oh, and if you have any Austin recommendations for me, I’d love to try them!! Please share your favorite spots in the comments. :)

I have 12 brand new fonts to share with you today, plus an extra cute doodle font! Head on over to the Fonts for Peas section of Kevin and Amanda to download them all.

Just take a peek at a few of the brand new fonts available today! The text I’m using in the previews below is from the book What Alice Forgot, which I just got done reading and highly recommend if you’re looking for a new book! Go check it out for sure!! :)

12 New, Free Handwriting Fonts from Fonts for Peas

This is Pea Aubrey. I am head-over-heels in love with this beautiful script font!

12 New, Free Handwriting Fonts from Fonts for Peas

This fantastically carefree handwriting belongs to the fabulous Heidi of Foodie Crush. Heidi has a delicious food and recipe blog at Foodie Crush where she shares her gorgeous food photography and love for her fellow food bloggers. After spending 20 years designing print magazines, she now partners with fellow food bloggers like Maria of Two Peas and Their Pod and Lauren of Lauren’s Latest to create and publish ebooks and ecookbooks.

12 New, Free Handwriting Fonts from Fonts for Peas

These next two fonts belong to the adorable Abby of Twist Me Pretty. I met Heidi and Abby at the Build Your Blog Conference in Utah earlier this year. I was so inspired by both of them, and I noticed they both had AMAZING handwriting!! I insisted they hand it over immediately. :)

12 New, Free Handwriting Fonts from Fonts for Peas

Turns out, Abby is a huge fan of the Fonts for Peas and uses them exclusively on her blog and in her Ultimate Hairstyle Handbook, an inspiring guide fully loaded with over forty fashionable hairstyles, each with their own set of step-by-step picture tutorials. It’s available as a paperback on Amazon, or you can download the ebook version on her blog.

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Abby’s also sharing a fun blogging-themed doodle font, so if you’re looking to spruce up your sidebars with handwritten labels, be sure to check out her doodle font! :)

12 New, Free Handwriting Fonts from Fonts for Peas

And this doodle from Pea Sunshine might just be the cutest little dinosaur I’ve ever seen.

Click HERE to visit Fonts for Peas and download all these new fonts and more!! Did you know there are over 500 FREE and unique handwriting fonts available at Fonts for Peas?

If you’d like your handwriting as a font, I’m always accepting new submissions! I’d love to make your font :)

Click Here to Submit Your Handwriting

Thanks so much, guys!! Hope you enjoy!! :)

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32 Responses
  1. hutch

    How do you use pea fonts on a pc? Do you need to have a blog? I had a unsuccessful surgery on my right wrist/hand. This is my dominant hand and I now rely heavily on communicating with my pc and ipad, via Open Office. These fonts will allow me to add some character to my text. Thank you in advance for any direction you may have, to a tutorial. Not sure why I am unable to figure it out on my own. I am too young for “cognitive decline” ;)

  2. pradeep


    This is Pradeep . I am an enthusiastic writer. While surfing the internet, I found your site that seemed to be very interesting and informative.

    I would love to discuss an opportunity to create an article for you. My article would be custom made for your site and would be helpful for your readers.

    Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in.

    I look forward to your reply.

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  3. Amanda

    Love your fonts– I’ve been using your Pea Kung Fu Manda– it’s very similar to my own writing. Thank you so much for creating these!

  4. emma

    It may be too late for this, but you should go to Gordoughs…the most amazing donut creations you’ll ever try…so delicious.

  5. Ilse

    Hola Amanda :)
    Is it possible that you start asking your contributors for fonts to add the accent, the “ñ” and the opening exclamation and question marks?. I am a Spanish teacher and I would love to use these fonts, but I can´t because of those missing characters.

  6. Roz

    Amanda, Please help! How do you use your darling fonts on WordPress? I’ve been told by my blog designer that I can’t. That stinks, doesn’t it? I’m so bummed that I have no creative outlet on my blog after 5 years on blogger. Please tell this isn’t so!

    Enjoy the conference and let us all know about it (who couldn’t attend!)

    Thanks so much sweet lady,

  7. Lisa (Colorado Mountain Marm)

    I love your fonts ~ thanks for this newest “bouquet.” Speaking of bouquets, I visited Austin YEARS ago with my Mom, and we had a great time at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. It sounded like a nerdy thing to do, but I humored my mother, and I’m GLAD I did; I still have wonderful memories of the place (as well as a really neat old-fashioned, pewter-flower letter opener I got that day, and still use to open those old-fashioned things called letters…and bills). Have a GREAT time!

  8. Elizabeth

    Hope you have a blast in Austin! I used to live there and loved it! Trudy’s has the BEST chile rellenos I have EVER had in my life! And The Salt Lick in Dripping Springs has awesome barbeque. For dessert, The Upper Crust bakery on Lamar is also yummy ;) Have fun! And congrats on the Alabama Magazine article! That is too cool! :)

  9. Jamie @ Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom

    Hi Amanda, I will be at blogher food too, maybe I will see you there. The oasis is a must do for the view and sunset. Someone mentioned Maudie’s – love that place and Magnolia Cafe is a great place for some real Ausin atmosphere.

    1. Jamie @ Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom

      Oh, and I think there is an excursion that includes the bats…

  10. SModi

    Hi Amanda, welcome to Austin. I would suggest my favorite, as I live in Austin – Sixth Street on Fri or Sat night, Oasis – to see the sunset, Trudys or Chuys – Tex Mex food, Hey Cupcake – Wagon that sells cupcakes, Happy Crepes – Wagon that sells crepes on Sat morning, Domain or Galleria Mall – for shopping.

    BTW what is this Food blogger event ?

    Also can I use your fonts to create my blog banner ? Thanks!

  11. Heidi @foodiecrush

    Yippers! So excited to use my own handwriting for signatures instead of importing jpgs :) Thanks for including me, these are grand!

  12. Dana

    Thanks so much for the fonts. Welcome to Austin (almost)! I know that you will have a great time while you are here. A few ideas for places to eat: Maudie’s (mexican food-Lake Austin or on 360), Perla’s (Seafood on South Congress-aka SoCo), Hopdaddy’s (SoCo), Homeslice (SoCo-Pizza), Uchi (South Lamar), Benji’s (mexican food-West 6th). Oh and for dessert–Amy’s Ice Cream! Just a few ideas but there are loads of great restaurants in Austin! Have fun!

  13. Sandra

    The pea fonts are by far my favorite fonts ever, thanks Amanda!
    Unfortunately the doodle font doesn’t work for me, not sure why. :( Is anyone else having the same issue?

  14. Mercedes

    You will LOVE Austin! You’d love East Side Cafe – in a little house on the East side of the UT Campus, they grow many of their own herbs, veggies and fruits. And Magnolia Cafe is awesome any time of the day (open 24 hours) and if you need a late-night place to go, this is it – you’ll get a taste of some of the “Keep Austin Weird” vibe there, no doubt :) And Curra’s on Oltorf is fabulous Mexican food!

  15. Kelly

    Torches Tacos– best tacos in town. Magnolia Cafe- best ginger pancakes and breakfast. Hop Daddy Burgers– best burger of your life. Franklins for bbq (but be sure to get there EARLY). Enjoy my town while visiting and don’t forget to to kayaking or paddle boarding on town lake. -Kelly

  16. Amy

    If you’re up for a great hamburger, you should try Your Mom’s Burger Bar 5001 Airport Blvd. — slightly north of the I-35 exit … I hear its great. :)

  17. Elizabeth

    In Austin, you must go to Matt’s El Rancho — seriously the best Mexican food I’ve ever eaten! Other great spots are Stubb’s and Baby Acapulco. Enjoy!

  18. Joan in AL

    The most awesome sight in Austin is watching the bats fly out from under the Congress Street Bridge at sunset. As if on cue, millions of bats emerge in a stream following the river towards the sunset. I’ve never seen anything like it in my life. Nature at its best.

    Joan in Guntersville

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