throwback thursday {find that font!} a tutorial

This is my first ever #TBT {throwback thursday if you do not live by instagram like I do!} I love the idea of bringing up some of my favorite posts from long ago and sharing them again!
SO go link up with Cara after you read this!

I am reposting my post about how to find the name of a font that you just have to have!!!



We all do it...
we see an amazing font on a file...
we ask what it is!
well, rarely will you get a response...let's face it, sellers have lives too!
So here is how you can figure out that font!

and keep reading because I have found an even easier way!

-----originally posted on Monday, April 30, 2012-----

And What the Font?!? Have you heard of this site? I fist used it to figure out the name of the font Beth Newingham uses all the time about 4 years ago {PS-it's Scrap Circles from Lettering Delights or use Tinker Toy a free similar one!}. Since I have opened three more "cases". 
See a font you really want? Like me and the one used in my header?
Well, all you need to do is create a free account and answer a few questions about the font in question. 
If that doesn't get you an answer, upload a picture of the font in use. I just uploaded my header image.
Some font genius will come along and solve the mystery for you. They will work until it's an exact match! My header font is called Lady Rene! 
Enjoy!! Click to visit

fyi, this was my theme back then! See that beautiful font! You'll see it a lot in my files on TpT!

-----Update-----

You can find the name of any font used in a pdf file! 





happy font hunting!

7 comments:

  1. Oooh! I can be font hunter now! I see so many great fonts. This is great.

    Brenda
    You Might Be a First Grader….

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  2. Thank you so much much for this tip! I'm always wondering about fonts.


    Don't Let the Teacher Stay Up Late
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  3. This is so good to know, Rachel! Pinned and saving this one for later!
    Thanks for sharing this!
    Linda
    AroundtheKampfire

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  4. I had no idea you could find the fonts in a pdf! Great tip!! Thanks! :)

    Kate
    EduKate and Inspire

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  5. Fantastic tip! Thanks!

    Kathy
    Ksandherkids.blogspot.com

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