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 Epic 10 Script Fonts - Huge 94% offThis is one of the best Font...





















 Epic 10 Script Fonts - Huge 94% off

This is one of the best Font Deals I’ve seen so far this year. 10 Typefaces for $27, this deal actually makes you to save money, you save more than $400 (the normal price of all the fonts would be $485). 

This bundle includes beautiful script and handwritten typefaces previously featured here, even the beautiful font Catalina from Kimmy Design, which actually includes 34 fonts, this font alone can cost you more than the whole bundle.

I really encourage you to check by yourself every detail of the fonts included, is imposible to show you more than 40 fonts here in a photoset. The deal have 3 day left.

Check it here: 

http://bit.ly/scriptbundle

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