The below is Brush font paired with Handsome font for emphasis on our medium keychain (1/2 x 2"):
Handsome is a skinny, serif font. It is available in uppercase only and has no numbers. We frequently pair this with Brush for emphasis. It does not work well on stainless steel due to its bolder lines.
FishSticks is a quirky font with unifont tendencies. It is available in upper and lower case. It has a matching number set.
Passing notes is a cute and quirky font consisting of tall and thin capital letters and script lowercase letters.
Below is an example of uppercase Passing Notes used on a wallet card.
And mixed case used on a 1/4" wide cuff
Secret Garden is a script font that knits seamlessly together. It is available in upper and lower case. It has a matching number set and an assortment of matching punctuation.
The below is an example of Secret Garden on our 1/4" cuff.
Print is a clean, handwritten-style font that is space-friendly. It is versatile, available in 2 sizes to fit most items and available in upper and lower case. It has a matching number set and an assortment of matching punctuation.
Below is an example of the larger Print used on our keychains:
We're in love with its simplicity. It's able to be used on most items that are not stainless steel, though is a little wide so may slightly limit character counts and is available in upper and lower case. It has a matching number set.
Below is an example of Juniper used on a bottle opener:
Hero is a quirky hand-printed font that is only available in uppercase. It has a matching number set and basic punctuation.
Below is an example of Hero used on a dog tag:
Typewriter (may be shown some places as Newsprint):
Typewriter is a clean, masculine font that works well on most items. It's similar to typewritten letters, is available in upper and lowercase and has a matching number set and ampersand. There is also a smaller typewritten font that is not exactly a match for this font, but can be used on items necessitating a smaller font.
Below is an example of typewriter used on our military style dog tags:
This is a very utilitarian and plain font. It is available in upper and lower case and numbers are available. NOTE: This is not a "professional grade" die set and seldom comes out "straight". It's always a little crooked and quirky.
Below is an example of Block used on our bottle opener:
Script is a beautiful, small cursive font. It is about 2/3 to 1/2 the size of the fonts above. It is available in upper and lower case and there is a matching number set available.
Below is Script used on our 1/4" bar charm
A typewritten font that is identical to Typewriter above, but almost double the height. It is larger than most other fonts. It will not work on most small items due to it's size. The uppercase is larger than the lowercase and is nearly 6mm.
Elder Futhark Rune
These are the ancient alphabet of early Viking and Scandinavian people. These are about 5-6mm high and therefore take more space.