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The Willow Script (ONLY $12)

The Willow Script is a brand new thick curly script font, including a transparent shadow within each character. As well as a range of alternate characters and ligatures, that are 100% accessible to all. Available for both personal and commercial use. No extended license is required. Download and use The Willow Script for anything and everything.

This font is 100% accessible to all, across all programs and includes over 100 different glyphs.

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WHATS INCLUDED?

  • Willow.ttf
  • Web fonts included (EOT, SVG, WOFF & WOFF2 Files)
  • Download within a few clicks and use across a huge range of programs including Microsoft Word, Silhouette, Cricut, Photoshop, Illustrator and many more.

If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to get in contact with us.

  • Willow Script ttf (400)

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