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As a bona fide font addict, with a personal collection that runs in the several thousands, I often struggle to find the perfect font for a project. Add to that the limitations of the specific project, and it can be really hard to find typefaces to use. I own and use both a Silhouette Cameo cutter and a Glowforge laser cutter, but both of these machines have similar limitations when it comes to cutting out words in beautiful script typefaces.
Whether you're cutting vinyl with a blade or wood with a laser, these fonts that I have collected are tried and true for cutting. They tend to be bolder, and the connections between letters are stronger, helping keep the letters together. No matter your project though, don't forget to weld your letters!
I've broken this collection up into two main sections, based on the smallest I was able to cut the letters out. There are total of four sections in this post, two sets for each size. You'll find download links for each font under the images.
Small script fonts
I've test cut these ones all the way down to about one inch tall! Many of them are still incredibly fragile, but I was able to pick the pieces up and move them around.
Amastery | Olive | Berttina | Aleysia | Mellanie | Andalusia | Bunch of Blossoms | Naishila Dancing | Charming Strangulation | Sunset Hill | Dulcelin | King Basil
Large script fonts
These are all fonts that failed at the one inch test, but worked beautifully when I enlarged them to about two inches.
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