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Best Fancy Fonts in Canva

Best Fancy Fonts in Canva


Great graphic design is powered by great font selection. But picking great fonts is a challenge most people. Luckily, Canva has made adding great fonts to your designs much easier. In this tutorial, our team of design experts will cover the best fancy fonts in Canva.

Best Canva Fonts with a Fancy Style

Boston Angel

Boston Angel

Boston Angel is a distinct display font. Masterfully designed to become a true favorite, this font has the potential to bring each of your creative ideas to the highest level!

Giaza

Giaza

Giaza Serif Typeface is an elegant Didone typeface, most suitable as a Display font, the main focus was to include as many indulgent aspects as possible, and really make use of its high-contrast aesthetic. With smooth curves and subtle indentations, it’s a very Fashion-conscious typeface.

Komorebi

Komorebi

Komorebi is a modern display font with 41 alternatives and multilingual support. It’s a versatile font that works great in large and small sizes. Komorebi is perfect for branding projects, home-ware designs, product packaging, wedding invitations, magazine headers – or simply as a stylish text overlay to any background image.

Maragsa

Maragsa

Maragsâ Serif Font is a modern bold serif typeface called Weiss roman. Its form to one of the accent marks used as a guide to the correct pronunciation of Filipino words—the pakupyâ accent—whose tapered tips heralded the sharp edges, hastily-flowing strokes, and abrupt cuts in the characters, similar to the manner words with the stress should be spoken.

Kage

Maragsa

Kage is an elegant and unique serif typeface. The idea was to incorporate some of the edgiest looks of modern luxury fashion. Its aim is created with a careful approach to make it as simple as possible to use by accessing stylistic alternate letters and ligature in OpenType features.

Girassol

Kage

Girassol is a display typeface inspired by the hand-painted street signs in and around Carcavelos, Portugal. It attempts to collect, synthesize, and lovingly evoke the identity and spirit of the region in which the original forms were encountered while acknowledging my own relationship to and presence in the place and the design.

Virtual

Virtual

Virtual is a funny handwritten script font designed and shared by Dima Evans. Virtual script font comes with uppercase, lowercase, alternate symbols, and some ligatures. It is one of the best eye-catchy script fonts and also has an amazing style.

Mirza Medium

Mirza Medium

Mirza is a body text typeface based on the Naskh script, with 4 different weights. The design aims to observe the rules of Arabic and Persian aesthetics with the help of ligatures. Mirza includes a Latin typeface designed in harmony with Arabic, to make it useful for multilingual texts.

Crushed

Crushed

Crushed was designed in 2010 as a headline and display typeface. Featuring a condensed body width and subtlely tapered vertical strokes, Crushed is a unicase design, tossing aside the traditional lowercase for one that matches the cap height. Though intended for display, Crushed actually looks great and reads well in text usage.

Alta

Alta

Alta Font is a great versatile Sans Serif typeface that was designed and published by Aaron Amar along with a set of All-Caps Display Humanist Typeface. And these characters are based on the aesthetics of the Optima font, especially, since it was originally created by Hermann Zapf.

Conclusion

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