These Free Fonts for Organizational Projects are the perfect companions to our month of organizing fun that we are wrapping up next week. I'm also sharing some awesomesauce free graphics to help with organizing, as well.
How are we already to the end of June? Have you had as much fun as I have getting organized? Okay, so organizing isn't always fun to me...it is the most cathartic way to get rid of the junk in life, both literally and figuratively. Ahem.
And while all of the printables from this month are (hopefully) perfection for your projects, I also wanted to share a few items that you can use to make your own organizational labels, printables, and more. Check out all of the fabulousness below.Below are some great tools to make your own labels. While my label maker is my BFF, its functions can be somewhat limiting. When you're a right-brained gal like myself, label makers can stifle creativity. Logistical? Yes. Exciting? Notsomuch. I love creating printable labels as well...it's a fab way to put a creative spin on the classic organizational tool.
These fun and colorful labels above are perfect for a playroom. But, they could be used practically anywhere from an office to a pantry, as well, just change up the words with one of the fun fonts below. I grabbed these free label shapes above from Graphic Stock on my seven-day trial. I've been using the heehaw out of them this month, y'all.
I modified the labels above from what they originally looked like, below. They could also be fun as is, almost as a chalkboard looking label>>>
They're perfect for organizational projects. Just type over them in any image-editing software, print and cut. You can use a double stick tape or laminate them before use. Pretty shaped labels make for pretty organization.
This is how I edit my labels above, using Photoshop Elements. These particular labels come four to a page. The font I used above is Steelfish, which is available below.
Above are just a few of the free label graphics available for free at Graphic Stock on a free trial (there are hundreds, y'all!).
You can also win a free one-year membership to Graphic Stock (worth $588). To enter to win: click here to head to their site. Browse around, then come back and tell me your favorite graphic you find over there (in the comments below). One winner will be selected July 7th.
Besides lots of fabulous labels, I love using clean and simple fonts for organizational projects, as well. Personally, I love to select fonts that are easy to read, but have clean, modern lines, as well. Sometimes that particular balance isn't easy to come by. Easy-to-read fonts are typically serif ones since their "feet" help eyes connect the letters quickly...but sans serif are so much cleaner and almost prettier, in a way.
The following fonts are my favorite medleys of a little bit of this and a little bit of that, following the above (self-proclaimed) criteria. Happy Organizing!