This year I'll only be using official Project Life product for my Project Life album, but I'll still be using a variety of different kits, templates and colors. One of the things I tackle every year is choosing the fonts I'm going to use in my album so that things will have a cohesive look. Invariably, a new font will be released or come into fashion and I'll end up adding a new font to the list but for now, here are the fonts I'm going to try to stick to using in my 2015 album:
2 Peas Hot Chocolate has been one of my favorite fonts since it was released many years ago. It's available on the internet in many places, but I'm not sure if those places are legal since 2 Peas In a Bucket is no longer a website (and the font was a paid font) so I won't link, but this is the one you'll see me using to type dates and week numbers on my layouts.
KG Lego House for journaling. This is such an easy to read font and I'm really grooving on Lego House for my blog this year. I use Kimberly's fonts constantly on my Teachers Pay Teachers products (so much so that I purchased a lifetime commercial license) and I love that this one feels so right for me this year on this blog. Free font for personal use.
Aya Script Ribbons for word art on photos. I tend to add words right on my photos and this one is just perfect for that purpose. It is a pay font but then you can use it for commercial use as well as personal use.
Aleo for a serif font. I like this font because if you look closely, it's actually a little bit off. It's not perfectly formed, and yet when typed in a block, it looks very classic. Free font.
Raleway for a sans serif font. It's a little modern, a little funky and compliments Aleo well. Also a free font.
Bebas Neue for an all caps fonts. Because sometimes you just need all caps. And you've got to have a Bebas font in there somewhere. Also free.
And finally, just because I fell in love with this font... Emmy Semi-Bold for whenever I get tired of the other fonts. A commercial font drawn by the same font maker who does gorgeous script fonts like Bombshell Pro, Jacques & Gilles and Peoni Pro. And all I want is the handwriting fotn she makes. It is a pay font, but it's under $20 and I stinking love it.
What fonts are you using this year? Or do you just use whatever font looks good at the moment? Anything new and fun I need to have?!?