Monday, 12 April 2010

I'm too thick to be real...

Honestly!

I - no! correction, my hubby - formatted my harddrive yesterday and then he cheerfully buggered off to Stockholm again and I just realized that I saved my images, my documents, my internet bookmarks but not my downloaded favourite fonts.

So here I am, trying to write pretty sentiments and tickets with Arial and Times New Roman. Very sexy I tell you!

And I can't remember the names of the fonts. I totally adored the font I'm using in my headline on this blog but can I remember its name, nope! Not for a million bucks.

So if anyone knows the name of this font, or has suggestions on other pretty fonts, give us a holler. I'm in dire need!!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Helene,
    The fonts I like are:-
    Vivaldi
    Scogin
    Lucida Handwriting
    PalletteD
    Hope these help
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  2. Scriptina and Scriptina Pro are good. Miama, Fely, JB Calli, Ma Sexy - just some fonts I like.

    Sorry I have no idea what the font is you've used in your header!

    Hope you find it soon!

    Kimmi xx

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  3. Helene I'm sorry to hear you have 'lost' some of your fonts :(

    I went through a stage abot 2 years ago and downloaded LOADS of fonts - I didn't realise then that they slow down your computer mega! We have just had a new computer so I'm not downloading so many this time - will have to work out how to put them into a temp. folder????

    Anyway, I was going to say, sorry I can'r help with any names of font, other than Scriptina that I use a lot!

    Carol x

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  4. Ja du, det var inte roligt ;) Man ska inte låta gubben vara vid datan och förstöra på dette vis ;)
    Jag har ingen aning om detta men jag vet en som är haj på detta..."Cajaba"... ;)
    Hoppas det ordnar sej för dej.
    Kram, Britt-Inger

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  5. ooooooooooh noo! I must remember to back up al my stuff as my laptop is starting to get very noisy, I think the fan isn't doing it's job so well anymore.

    Hope you find your fonts, don't recognise it - soo sorry but have a look on dafont.com under script style and I bet you'll find it

    Hugs
    Victoria
    x

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  6. Hi, I'm sorry I can't help you regarding the headline font, but you are not alone, I did exactly the same thing!
    This link my help you find some new fonts.
    http://www.craftcritique.com/2010/04/resources-free-font-sites.html
    Clare x

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  7. Hi Helene, sorry I can't help you out with the font, although I did have a good look through all of mine but it's not any of them. Thank you for the lovely comment you left on my blog. Good luck in finding your font again.
    hugs
    Donna xx

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  8. oh no Helena major disaster...go to 1001fonts.com loads on there for free
    Mina xxx

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  9. Glad I could help!! I have too many fonts!! And that one is one of my favourites!!
    (Lyn)

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Thank you so much for your comments, they are so appreciated!

Hugs Helene