10 of the most used fonts for sticker making in the sticker community.
have you ever looked at a sticker kit and fallen in love with the font that was used? Yes, me too!! I am a total fontaholic and there is no shame in admitting it 😀
In this post, I have searched and found some of the most used fonts in the community at the moment. You know that it will shift with the seasons as well as I do, but here are 10 that I have seen sticker shops use in the past months.
Please do keep in mind that most of them are free to download, but that does not mean that they are free to use for your sticker business. Be mindful of the license. It can be really expensive if you do not follow the rules set for the fonts – Most of them have the option to buy the commercial rights, which is what you need if you want to sell stickers, where you are using the fonts.
If it says free for personal use, you need to buy a license in order to sell stickers made with that font! Can’t stress this enough 🙂
However, if you just want to make some stickers for your own personal use, then download all the fonts and play around with them as much as you want 🙂
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This font is wildly popular as the font you use in the headers, little thing and so on.
Free personal use.
I reached out to the designer, who told me that a commercial license on this font is $5, so you would not break the bank if you love this font and want to use it on your own commercial stickers.
A relatively new font that sticker makers are using. This font is $8 to buy for commercial use. You can buy right from the web page that the designer has linked to from Dafont.
Free for personal use
Another really popular font for quote boxes and when the shops are announcing sales, new releases and more.
Free personal use
A bit pricey for the commercial license: $39
If you consider buying the font, make sure that you download it first and test the use of it, so you know it will work for your project. The ability to test is the beauty of the free personal use.
Another relatively new one in the community. I see it mostly used on font stickers, like study, laundry day and the liking.
You can download the script font for free, on Dafont if you want to use it for personal use. If you want the caps that this font comes with too you need to buy the font. You can buy a commercial license for this font on creativemarket.com – the price is listed as $15 at the moment.
Link to the personal use download.
This font is a script font and very curly looking. It can be great to use for font boxes too, like the magnolia and watermelon font.
It is free for both personal and commercial use. However, you can buy an extended version of the font on creative market.
Extended bromello – paid version
i have seen this font used in quote boxes and as the weekend banner. It has some cute curls you can add in front and at the end of each word you write if you buy the commercial license.
She links to the commercial font from dafont. Listed for $12
Free personal use on dafont:
Paid commercial version:
Another font that could be used for the headers and little things. It is a thick and playful font that you could also use for your font stickers or even your quote boxes 🙂
Free for personal and commercial use:
I think this one got popular with one of the font bundles this fall. It is one of those playful, but easy to read fonts, which is great for sticker making.
The font has a great all caps look that works beautifully with headers.
You can buy the from creative market here: – the font costs $10
This font is one of my personal favorites. You can do so much with this one, because the designer has provided more than one font in the “pack”, making it easy to design just the look you want.
Another font that is not available for free, which in my opinion is perfectly fine. I gladly buy fonts, because the right font can just make or break the design I am going for.
This one comes with both a script, sans and a font with extras.
Lastly, there is the font Tuesday. This one is one I hold close to my heart. I love the look of this one. That is personal preference of course, but if you are looking for a script font that is easy to read, you might want to check this one out 🙂
I hope you found a new font to add to your collection or the one you have been looking for, for some time.
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