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  • Templeton
  • Templeton Clean
  • Alpha-numeric characters and standard symbols & punctuation
  • Includes 5 free badge templates

THE FACT / Why I Made This Font

Salutations! These immensely beautiful letters were based on Templeton, the rat from "Charlotte's Web"! Each unique character replicates the forms of late 1800’s traveling circus poster typography. It’s intended to be big and bold, but chock full of character so that your project can pack a punch.

THE FONT / How You Can Use It

Trust me, this font will get the job done. Drop it on a sticker or a shirt, or toss it big and bold on a sign or poster. I don’t like to brag, but these letters can do pretty much anything.

PSSSST… / You Wanna to Buy A Font?

If you are still unsure about using Templeton, try it out below! If you fall in love, then just click that button in the top right to make this typeface yours.

  • Templeton Dirty ttf (400)
  • Templeton Clean ttf (400)

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What software do I need to use this font?

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