Fancy Fonts from Lettering Art Studio


"Fancy Fonts, Wedding Fonts, Calligraphy Font, DIY Wedding Invitations, Script Fonts"

In need of a fancy font for your DIY project? In case you haven’t heard the news…Lettering Art Studio is pleased to release its newest fancy font face, Belluccia, to the DIY and invitation designer creative communities!  With four different sets of upper and lower case, a set of flourishes, borders and ornaments, Belluccia makes designing and personalizing your stationery projects both simple and stunning.

Belluccia is a wedding calligraphy font  that will make your wedding projects look like they were hand lettered by a professional calligrapher.

Purchase the whole Belluccia family, or purchase in part, at http://new.myfonts.com/search/belluccia/fonts/and create to your heart’s content!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lora Joy
    Mar 05, 2012 @ 17:39:38

    Pretty FONT! How would you use the flourishes and ornaments? Meaning what letters to press to get that flourish, etc?

    Reply

    • Debi Sementelli
      Mar 05, 2012 @ 18:00:01

      Thanks Lora. When you purchase the font, a document comes with it that shows you which keys to press to get the flourish or ornament you want. Both are sold as separately. Or you can purchase the borders, flourishes and ornaments as a special “Accoutrements” package.
      You can check them out here:

      Reply

  2. Lora Joy
    Mar 05, 2012 @ 22:03:28

    Thank you! Now it gives me a better idea to purchase! I’m also in love with the Adios Script. Im torn on this and that! 🙂

    Reply

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