Free Dingbats Fonts for 4th of July

4th of July Fonts Dingbats

Free dingbats fonts for 4th of July

Today I found some great fonts and dingbats for you all to use on your posts and graphics for the coming 4th of July holiday!  Please read the terms of use on each font before use. Enjoy!

To install them:

Please read the terms of use on each font before use.

I have a Mac computer and this method works for me. If it does not work for you, you may have to read  for more info on how to download these fonts to your particular computer. I think it should work pretty much the same though.

Scroll through the long list of fonts. You can choose to see the font by sentence, paragraph or word.  After you have chosen a font, click the “add to collection” button or download button.  This will download a “zip file” to your computer, I put mine in my “downloads file”. Find it, click on the “zip file” to open and you will now have a folder with the font name on it. (Note: You may need to download a program to open the Zip Files, if you have not already, I use PK Zip). Click the folder, it will open in a box with the fonts in it, at the bottom click the “install” button. Then restart your computer. This will add them to your Microsoft Word Font File and Picasa Photo Editor if you use it too.



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3 thoughts on “Free Dingbats Fonts for 4th of July

  1. Thanks so much for linking up to LadyBlogger’s First Linky Party! I am so happy that you did and now you’re also eligible for a personalized coffee mug! 🙂 Your blog tip about adding fonts is perfect for me and much appreciated..perfect because I am a Mac person, too and much appreciated b/c I thought I was just doomed to a life of relying on whatever Word had to offer. I always wondered how everyone got their cute things made and now I know. 🙂

    Thanks again,

    Bonnie a.k.a. LadyBlogger

  2. Thank you so much! This is a great collection! 🙂

  3. What a great collection…thanks for compiling these! I found you through the House of Hepworths link party and pinned this on my Five Heart Home boards for future reference! 🙂

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