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I’m excited to be sharing with you this free printable coloring page that I created using just a few of the fabulous fonts in the Crafter’s Revolution font bundle available at Fontbundles.net. As I’ve mentioned many times in previous posts, I LOVE fonts. I can even be a little obsessed when it comes to finding new ones. My font collection continues to grow and I’ve lost track of just how many I have. Most of them are free fonts that I’ve gathered over the years but I love purchasing font bundles as well.
As a designer, it’s important to make sure that I obtain a commercial use license for any of the fonts that I use in my designs just in case I decide to sell some of them down the road. Many times you have to purchase a license separately and if you buy fonts frequently it can get a bit pricey. I love Fontbundles.net because with every bundle you purchase, you are getting the commercial use licenses for each font also. That’s a pretty sweet deal if you ask me! Plus buying fonts in bulk is a money saver.
I decided to create this coloring page with a few of the lyrics from an old hymn because it’s been on my lips for weeks and I knew that I just had to make it into a printable. Color pages are fun and this one is simple enough for even a child to do. I often get emails asking me what font I used for specific designs and so I will answer this question before I even get it.
In the – Anastasia font
Morning – Boldoa Mat font
When I Rise – Sidolly
Give Me Jesus – Past Neuer Regular
All of these fonts are included in the font bundle Crafter’s Revolution that is now available at Fontbundles.net. The price of Crafter’s Revolution is $29. If that doesn’t fit into your budget also available is the Spring Font Bundle which includes 20 fonts for just $20. Dude. $1 per font WITH CU license. #nobrainer
Free Printable Coloring Page
If you haven’t already grabbed it, here’s another free coloring page!
If you’re a font addict like me, check out my Favorite Font Combinations post!