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Best Handwriting Fonts in Microsoft Word

Best Handwriting Fonts in Microsoft Word

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 handwriting fonts in Microsoft Word in Canva.


Best Microsoft Word Handwriting Fonts in Canva

1. Lovely

Lovely

The Lovely is a classy script font. It has an elegant and luxurious style and is perfect for branding and lettering designs.

2. Handy Casual

Handy Casual

Handy Casual Condensed is an informal non-linking brush script that was inspired by hand lettering from 60’s posters. This font combines a unique character with tons of Open Type features including ligatures, catchwords, stylistic alternates, underline features, etc.

3. Amatic SC

Amatic SC

Amatic SC (Small Caps) is a simple but effective hand-drawn webfont. It can be used for titling and small runs of text. It was initially designed by Vernon Adams and conceived to be used freely across the internet by web browsers on desktop computers, laptops, and mobile devices.

4. Sigher

Sigher

Sigher is a handmade font inspired by vintage grunge letters.

5. Just Another Hand

Just Another Hand

Just Another Hand is a narrow brush-drawn handwriting font, inspired by the handwriting of my high school days. There’s a little artistic license taken with Just Another Hand.

6. Six Hands Marker

Six Hands Marker

Six Hands is a set of handwritten fonts based on various writing tools, such as pencil, felt-tip pen, ball-point pen, and brush. The character set of each of these fonts supports the Cyrillic alphabet, as well as the extended Latin script for all European languages. Most of the styles also contain additional alternatives that have the capability of automatically interchanging in the setting, which significantly variegates and humanizes the text. Six Hands is quite a rare combination of diverse display fonts that work well together. It is made for talented designers who can use it creatively in packaging, advertising, displays, posters, menus, invitations, and so on.

7. Finger Paint

Finger Paint

Finger Paint was just an experiment with Illustrator artistic brushes but then actually became a real Typeface. Its name stands for itself. And, yes, it took a little bit more than one hour to make it a working typeface.

8. Coming Soon

Finger Paint

Coming Soon by Open Window is based on the handwriting from mom when she was in 6th grade. Solid balance, masterful strokes, and just a touch of a lemonade stand for good measure!

9. Schoolbell

Schoolbell

Schoolbell is the delightfully playful handwriting font from the finest lettering artist in the 2nd Grade!

10. One Little Font

One Little Font

One Little Font is a hand-drawn, kids and dingbat font family. This typeface has five styles and was published by Konstantina Louka.

Conclusion

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