Favorite and Free Valentine Fonts

Who wants some super cute Valentine fonts???  ♥ Fonts are a simple way to fancy up your tags, invitations, projects, and valentines, and I love this charming holiday collection!  I even included a heart shapes font (the last one listed)—different letters of the alphabet are different hearts…SO fun!

free valentine fonts | oldsaltfarm.com

These fonts are perfect for creating valentines, party decorations, holiday decor, and more!

{CLICK ON LINK TO DOWNLOAD}

 I love what you do

Vanessa’s Valentine

Cupcake

Cupid de Locke

Fatty Heart

 Zalderdash

Amelie

Ma Sexy

Pupcat

Love Letters

Heart Shapes

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18 Comments

  1. Thank you for the fonts! Such fun! You have a cheery , uplifting blog which I enjoy reading every time. Kc

    1. Robyn,

      You need to click on a link of the font name that you want (at the bottom of my post). It will direct you to the site that is offering the free font. There will be a download button for you to click, and then you need to follow the prompts and save it to your hard drive. Depending on your operating system (Windows 7, Windows XP, Mac, etc.) the way you install fonts is a little bit different. If you’re not sure how to do it, google and search for a tutorial–they are quite a few out there. Once the font is installed on your computer, you can use it!!!

  2. Thanks for sharing the fonts! I am new to doing this. I downloaded one and it is now in my Documents. How do I get it to the fonts on my computer so they will come up with my other fonts? I have a windows XP. Thanks for your kindness & help. Love your blog!!

    1. Once you download them, you have to install them. If you google “how to install fonts on windows xp”, you’ll find tutorials that will walk you through the process. every operating system is a little bit different, and I don’t have xp, or else I would tell you how!! good luck!!!

    1. They will show up in MS Word, Excel, etc., so you can use them when you create documents. You can also use picmonkey.com to create text on photos, or make printables!

    1. These aren’t my fonts, I’m just sharing where to find them. If you’re interested in using the font, you’ll need to contact the creator/owner.

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