Happy Free Font Friday! 20 New Fonts

Free Handwriting Fonts

If you’re a fan of cute fonts for labeling photos, blogging, scrapbooking, or just collecting I’ve got good news today!! :) I just uploaded 20 brand new, never-before-seen handwriting fonts on the Fonts for Peas section of Kevin and Amanda. Fonts for Peas is where I take your submitted handwriting samples and turn them into free fonts for you to download and enjoy! I love fun handwriting, and I love it even better when it’s a font I can use whenever I want! :) But most of all, I love being able to share these fonts with folks who enjoy them as much as I do. :)

I’m showing off a few of the new fonts available today. Sometimes I don’t think you can get a good idea of what a font looks like in just the “quick brown fox” sentence preview, so I decided to highlight a few fonts in paragraph form. I like the way they look better this way. You can get more of a feel for the font, and what kind of tone it sets.

And, uh, please excuse the really random lyrics you are about to be subjected to. I apologize in advance.

Free Handwriting Fonts

These cute doodles come with the Pea Paisley Paige font. By the way, have you seen the new Extra Character Guides? All the new fonts now have Extra Character guides on the download page so you can easily see exactly which key to press to get which doodle! :)

Free Handwriting Fonts

This is an example of font I think looks better in paragraph form. I like the lowercase a here.

Free Handwriting Fonts

I love the swirly, flowy-ness of this font.

The name Katrina reminds me of the movie Just Like Heaven. Which might just be one of the cutest movies ever. Katrina?! Which then reminds me of Sabrina. Ahh! I love them both.

Free Handwriting Fonts

This font, when in paragraph form, reminds me of a handwritten letter.

Free Handwriting Fonts

Gasp!! I love the loops and swashes here! I think this one is so stunning as a paragraph.

Free Handwriting Fonts

You’ve got to check out Mily’s other fonts. How fun are these graphic heart doodles!! I mean a zebra-striped heart?! Too cute!

Free Handwriting Fonts

I know. But it’s been perma-stuck in my head like all summer. Not that I’m complaining or anything! But Kevin might be.  Since I go around the house singing it at the top of my lungs.


But this is such a fun font. It deserves a fun song! :)

Free Handwriting Fonts

Here’s a new one that really surprised me! I love the detail on this decorative, elegant font.

Free Handwriting Fonts

And how adorable is this puppy paw print?! :) You can find this cutie in the Pea Stella Noodles font.

Oh heck, you should just go download them all! Visit Fonts for Peas and scroll down to the bottom of page to find the Download NEW button where you can download all the new fonts in just one click.

Hope you enjoy the fonts!! Have a great weekend!! :)

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40 Responses
  1. Chennai

    I am a huge lover of fonts and this is a huge collection, I must say — most of them eye-catching and great for professional designs

  2. Lisa

    Hey Amanda. I was wondering if these were still available for free download somewhere. I can’t find them. I know this was posted a couple months back but was just curious because I love them so much! Hope you see this and give me a response. Thanks either way! xoxo


  3. Lena Margaretna

    i visited a website and they share your website address , i feel glad cause i found wonderful fonts, i like to make a cover so i need this kind of stuffs , thank you very much , i’ll visit this website again

  4. Amber R.

    Hi! I just wanted to drop by and say that I love these fonts! And also, is that DIVERGENT that you used for Pea Mily Mix? ;)

    Also, I’m a new reader, I found you on Pinterest, and I’m already addicted to your blog!

  5. becky mercado

    Love the heart puppy paw. I so want to use some of the fonts I’ve downloaded on my blog. Preferably in the post itself, but if not possible in the title. I ‘ve read a few how-tos…but not really getting it. Can I use different fonts or at least a favorite font on my blog posts on BLOGGER? Maybe you could put together a REALLY simple way to incorporate these into a BLOGGER post. (I use a MAC) which may or may not complicate things. I know some people create a title in a word program … I don’t know which one…would Pic Monkey work? But then I’ve heard since I’m doing it on MAC lots of people won’t see the various fonts.
    Anyway…sorry this is so long….as you can see I need a SIMPLE, SIMPLE way to use these fonts on my blog. I do know how to do some basic HTML code.
    Thanks a bunch

  6. Traci

    Hello! I went to use the Font Thing but it isn’t compatible with anything beyond Windows 98 (kinda sad if you ask me). Does anybody know about another FREE font manager for Windows 7 or 8? Thanks!

  7. Jenny

    I hope you see this comment and i hope you can help me.. I am addicted to your font and i was wondering how do you manage all your fonts. I cannot but help install of the fonts i see you put up plus the fonts i already have.. i am afraid for my pc.. So to make a long story short i was wondering what is the best way to manager fonts? is there a software or something? Would really like to get your input on this..
    thanks again for the fonts ;)

    1. Amanda

      Hi Jenny! You and Lori are on the same wavelength today! :) Ya’ll must have been posting at the exact same time :) When I had Windows, I used a font manager called The Font Thing to temporarily activate fonts so I could sort, organize, preview, and use them in programs without installing them. Now that I’m on a Mac, I use Font Explorer X. Although when I downloaded it, it was free! It doesn’t look like it’s free anymore, but I’m sure there is another good, free font organizer for Mac. :)

  8. Lori

    Wow! I just want to take a minute to thank you for your generosity. I truly enjoy your website with your recipes, travels, photograpy and of course, Miley and Howie. You are so willing to share, I feel as if I know you. I just don’t know where you get the time to do all this, but I’m glad you do.
    I was wondering if you you have a recommendation for a program to manage all of your fonts on my computer? I’m on a tear to get organized and this is one area I would really like to tackle. Thanks again!

    1. Amanda

      Hi Lori! When I had Windows, I used a font manager called The Font Thing to temporarily activate fonts so I could sort, organize, preview, and use them in programs without installing them. Now that I’m on a Mac, I use Font Explorer X. Although when I downloaded it, it was free! It doesn’t look like it’s free anymore, but I’m sure there is another good, free font organizer for Mac. :)

  9. Virlena

    I absolutely ADORE these fonts!!! Handwriting is so unique and full of character. It’s ingenious how you turned them into a font. Thank you so much for sharing and giving us this little present. <3

  10. Treesyjo

    Does anyone have experience using these fonts on an iPad? I used to use my laptop to create labels in Word and I loved using custom fonts for that. I’m a new iPad user so I’m not sure if that’s something I can try to do with my iPad.

  11. Anele @ Success Along the Weigh

    LOOOOOOVE Free Font Fridays!! I’m trying to talk my friend Jessy into submitting hers because she has AMAZING penmanship!

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