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Finding decent premium fonts for your project may be a real pain.
Especially if you are looking for the fonts to cover some specific topic. For example, Independence Day may be a problem for you if you need to create a flyer, booklet or a postcard, but you don’t know where you can get free fonts for download with all those stars and stripes.
Let me show you some direction as to where to find them. These resources are the world's biggest warehouses for free fonts designers and, trust me, they will definitely have more than 20+ variations of free patriotic fonts.
They have the most extensive libraries of free fonts that you can download and use in your projects without worrying about the licensing or anything. The fonts designers members are constantly contributing new designs and the libraries grow on a daily basis. If you have found yourself a great font and don’t want to lose it, simply add ‘favorites’ next time.
You can also use the Google Fonts resources, but I would like you to note that they don’t really categorize them properly for niches or specific topics like Independence Day or anything like that.
We all love the 4th of July and when it comes to designing Independence Day ads or party invites, things may become a little tricky.
There are tons of different cute fonts that may fit your needs for this special occasion, but we’ve selected the most magnificent fonts that you may use for the Fourth of July celebration!
Oh My Its July is a perfect font for styling your website text for the Fourth of July or basically for any kind of project devoted to Independence Day. Does not matter if it’s a title on a banner, printed text on a T-shirt or simply a text used on a background, it fits the related topic just perfectly. Some of the font elements glyphs of stars, hearts and the one representing the lights.
LMS Star Spangled was created long ago in 2001 by Longdon’s Letters. Yet, it looks awesome even in today’s web designs. Every letter has an American flag-filling, which makes it one of the most authentic patriotic fonts on the list. It might seem a little extra to use the entire font for a text and even a title; yet, using, for example, only a capital letter from the LMS Star Spangled font will look eye-catching and appealing.
In the BodieMF Flag, you can see another way of representing an American flag instead of the plain filling inside the letter. This kind of patriotic fonts was created by Rick Mueller in 1999 and is available for free on FontSpace. The font looks very comic and will fit any type of ad, banner, party announcement, etc.
If you are looking for more structured and classical forms of patriotic fonts, this one should be a good option. Compared to BodieMF Flag, the letters look more classical, although it has the same American flag-filling. The difference is also the fact that you can use this Patriotic Font for the entire titles and it won’t look extra.
The name of the font Pentagon has nothing to do with the institution itself. I would rather count it to the group of old-fashioned fonts inspired by cowboy culture. Just like those saloon signboards you see in old Hollywood movies, Pentagon creates exactly the same atmosphere. You don’t even have to use this font in cowboy-related topics. Everywhere you think it fits well, it will.
Stars and Stripes Font is a creative representation of an American flag inside each letter. This font was created using Fontographer for Windows back in 1994 and is free for distribution today. It orks well with all software, including Microsoft Word, Photoshop, Corel Draw, Adobe Illustrator, Autocad, Sony Vegas, and Adobe Reader. Overall, the font looks readable and recognizable among similar ones.
From the one side, About 2Peas 4th of July Font looks very comic and suitable for entertaining ad banners, catchy funny titles, etc. From the other, it’s one of the most elegant patriotic fonts you will see in our collection. The reason is that the font is executed elegantly with the star pattern as a filling inside every letter and glyph. If you need something extraordinary and yet classic-looking, this should be your pick.
Do you know an American who does not like donuts? And even if this font has nothing do with donuts itself, it works well for businesses related to the food industry. You can use the font in the title of your American-style restaurant, fast-food truck, or donut place. Actually, if you like the American Donuts Font, you can use it for EVERY project - no rules applied.
KR Celebrate 2002 was created by Kat's Fun Fonts in 2002. Not necessarily it’s a font with usual letters, but rather a group of patriotic vector images. Those images will be handy for every kind of project related to Independence Day, US history, etc. You will get images of an American flag, eagles as a representation of a national emblem, US first presidents, Uncle Sam hat, and more.
If you are searching for more kinds of an American flag, this font is for you. You’ll get 28 different representations of the flag that you can use for free. Plain, at different angles, outlined by the country borders, standing on a flagpole, with a waving angle - choose the one you like and use it!