Here is a list of the questions I get asked regularly. This page contains some affiliate links. All that means is if you click and purchase, I get a small commission – at no charge to you. I only recommend sites or products I’ve used and have had good experiences with.
Q: I just purchased one of your free printables and SVG cut files but I can’t get them to download. What do I do?
A: Total bummer that you are having trouble. You can find the simple download instructions HERE.
Q: Where can I get the fonts that you use in your printables?
A. My favorite site to download free fonts is www.dafont.com. You can check out listings of my favorite fonts with direct download links here, here , here and here.
Q: Do you always use free fonts in your designs?
A: Not always. If I am going to purchase fonts, I prefer to purchase them in bundles. Fontbundles.net is my go-to site for buying fonts. Each bundle includes COMMERCIAL USE LICENSES which is awesome, especially if you create printables or designs for profit. Bundles are super affordable too – roughly $29 for a bundle of 30-40 fonts. You can’t beat that price!
Q: What kind of paper should I print my printables out onto?
A. It all depends on what you are designing. If you are creating subway art or word art, I recommend card stock. If you are creating labels, I always go with full sheet labels and then use paper punches to cut them out.
Q: What are your favorite paper punches?
A. EK Tools is my favorite brand for paper punches. They aren’t bulky and can be stacked on top of each other making for easy storage. For cupcake toppers, tags and labels I recommend the EK Tools flourish punch, the EK Tools 2″ circle punch and the EK Tools 2.25″ scallop punch. I own all 3 of these and they are my favorites.
Q: What program do you use to create your printables?
A. I use Paint Shop Pro. It was the first graphic design program that I ever used and I love it. You can create designs, edit photos and a whole lot more with it.
Q: I see that your free printables are offered in PDF format. How do you create PDF’s?
A. It’s super simple. I shared a tutorial here.
If you have a question for me, I’d love to hear it! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org