A few years ago I made an alphabet. Yes, it’s true. My reason for making it changed and I never used it. But you may remember seeing it on these pages.
So it’s been sitting here on my computer for some time and now I’ve finally made it into a cuttable set of files! I wanted to call it something representative of me and what I love and of course my mind went to our family farm. I thought about how things get weathered and worn there an decided to call it Weathered Door (thinking of the old yellow house). And, oddly enough, when I asked Kassidy what I should call it–what it made her think of to look at it–she said chipped paint. Perfect!
You can get it in of two ways. If you’re just fancying the ruggedness of the letter and that’s really all you want, you can buy just that.
But if you like a layered look, with a solid underside and an outlined top–or if you want to mix and match your letters, you just may want the whole enchilada. Plus, you do save buy buying all three together.
Now while there are distressed fonts out there, this was made with the intention of having it cut on a machine, so it’ll give you the look of a roughed-up letter without so many jigs and jags that a distressed font may have–sometimes shredding your paper.
And just to be clear, these are cuttable files, not a font in its technical term. But they do come in PNG format, so you can add them to a digital page or project as well. If you purchase the three-style version, each letter–upper and lower–in those three styles are saved in one file together. If you buy just the single style, both letters–upper and lower–are saved in one file. It also has numbers and characters. Ya just gotta have those too. :)