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Gratitude Script by Sudtipos (35% off)In this high-tech, fast...





















Gratitude Script by Sudtipos (35% off)

In this high-tech, fast paced world of strict, unbending rules, we give you Gratitude Script: A celebratory font that’s deeply rooted in tradition letterforms but with a modern, updated twist; a casual, whimsical, fun look that is also elegant and versatile!

Partnering with Ale Paul is seasoned wedding calligrapher Kathy Milici, who is well known for her passionate writing style and highly ornamental pen flourishing. With its signature hand-written look, flowing lines, graceful curves and flourishes, Gratitude Script’s space saving, vertical style is perfect for small printing areas as well as large format presentations. An extended variety of alternates makes it a perfect and versatile addition to your font repertoire

Download it here: http://ift.tt/1Lab8k6

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