Cute things deserve equally cute designs. We can’t help it, it’s just how the world works. Nevertheless, you may or may not stumble upon a request for a cute design projects like posters, children book covers, etc. For cute occasions like this, you may need these equally cute fonts to accompany your designs.
This cute font package features both a handwritten-style script and two sans-serif scripts with accompanying 46 clipart elements. The fonts themselves are quite simple. The handwritten style presents thin and narrow brushstrokes with minimal decorative aspects. The sans-serif fonts are either thin and narrow or thick and bold.
The main appeal of this font package is the accompanying clipart. Little Dinosaur would look perfect as children books’ title, baby clothing, greeting cards, or picture books.
This sans-serif handwritten-style font features uneven letter heights and medium-sized brushstrokes. It looks rather simplistic, but still radiates a warm, laid-back feel of summer. The overall shape of the font would provide a playful character to your design projects, especially when combined with natural, earthy colors like leaf green, soft brown, or, well, orange,
This font would be perfect for party invitations, birthday cards, wall decors, or social media headers. It would also look in baby products, kids’ clothing, and teen magazines.
This particularly cute font looks like it was scribbled by a clumsy, yet creative kid. The shape of the scripts is as if that kid is drawing the outline of the letters, and then color blocked it. It gives the feeling of childhood innocence and would certainly bring happiness to any design projects. When combined with bold color palettes over light—preferably white—background, this font looks absolutely gorgeous.
Due to its blocky and playful shape, this font has a great readability. It would be perfect for literally any media targeted for children, like magazines, posters, movie titles, book titles, YouTube thumbnails, etc.
It’s fun, it’s fabulous, it’s Funtalous! This font features rough outlines, uneven heights, and and slightly curvy brushstrokes. There are also thin shadows in the scripts. It’s too thin to be called ‘noticable’, enough to make this font feels different than other similar fonts. The overall shape of the fonts gives cheery and playful feels to the viewers. We suggest you use pastel colors with sufficient contrast levels to truly bring out this font.
The readability of this font is sufficient, making it fits perfectly for smaller medias. It would look good for picture books, kids’ encyclopedia, social media headers, cute posters, and more.
With the uneven stroke, varied heights, and blocky shape, Sasha Play is like that bright, cheery, playful, and somewhat geeky girl from your literature class. This font brings quirkiness and leaves a strong impact to the design project.
Due to the right-in-your-face-esque shape of the font, Sasha Play would emphasize every word you incorporate to the design. This cute font suits perfectly for children-targeted medias, café menus, or movie posters, among others.