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Amy Script Hand Lettered Font

A light and feminine hand lettered font, featuring individually hand painted characters with lovely hand painted textures.

Perfect for invitations, save the date cards, birth announcements, stationery projects, quotes and verses.

Please note this font will currently only work with Photoshop CC2017 and above, Illustrator CC2018 and above and Indesign CC2018 and above.

Your font will be supplied to you in black characters. If you want to add colour it's super easy, just use Photoshop to rasterize or flatten the type layer and colour it up with your preferred method.

Print ready, 300dpi high resolution font

You can use this font for an unlimited amount of commercial and personal projects (one user only). More in-depth information can be found by clicking on 'Licenses Offered' above right.

I hope you enjoy using this font, if you have any questions at all just give me a shout.

Thanks! Alex. x

  • Amy Regular otf (400)

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