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Meddling Kids - handwriting font

Meddling kids are usually the bane of one's existence, especially when they drive around in a groovy van solving mysteries with their talking dog. But now they can be fun helpers for all your crafting needs! This is a double-uppercase handwriting font (two sets of uppercase letters, one set mapped to the uppercase and one to the lowercase) so you can mix and match letters within a word.

Whether you're in the mood for some narrow writing or something a bit wider, Meddling Kids has you covered with a regular and wide version.

Your download includes:

  • Meddling Kids (in both OTF and TTF file formats)
  • Meddling Kids Wide (in both OTF and TTF file formats)

Each font file contains:

  • Uppercase A-Z
  • Lowercase a-z
  • Numbers 0-9
  • Standard punctuation
  • Approximately 300 accented characters for language support

  • Meddling Kids otf (400)
  • Meddling Kids Wide otf (400)

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