Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Just a little update...

We are approaching the end of the school year and I have been so busy with the kids' and my projects around our home that I have not been able to sit down long enough to write a proper tutorial. If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you'd probably notice that I have been cutting up tons of paper. I will post those projects here (with more details) later or when I get a chance.



Many of you have asked about LD's new site. I emailed them last weekend about it and they are still testing the site. Someone asked them for an update and this is what they posted on their Facebook page yesterday.

https://www.facebook.com/letteringdelights/posts/10153198062770255

You can find the post HERE.

9 comments :

  1. Hi. Thanks for the updates and all the great tutorials you provide us with. Can you tell me what font you used for the Stand TALL cutout; it is exactly the type of font I have been looking for. Thanks!!!

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    1. Hello! :-) The Stand Tall image is one of many freebies that will be automatically added to the libraries of registered LD accounts when the new site is launched. I was told that the top is LD Colorado Slab. The font used for the word "TALL" is called Alternate Gothic 2 and it is not an LD font. Hope that helps!

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  2. Thanks for this blog, Jin. I truly love it. I am a sunday school teacher so many of the lettering delights stuff appeals to my clientelle ;-).

    The stencil font above, what is the name of it (stand tall)?

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    1. Hi Connie, the Stand Tall image is one of many freebies that will be automatically added to the libraries of registered LD accounts when the new site is launched. I don't know what fonts were used and so I asked LD. I was told that the top is LD Colorado Slab. The font used for the word "TALL" is called Alternate Gothic 2 and it is not an LD font. Hope that helps!

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  3. Thanks, Jin! Can't wait to see LD's new website! I didn't buy a subscription and keep feeling like I'm going to have "non-buyers" remorse....LOL!

    Your projects are just amazing (as usual)! How do you do it?? :)

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  4. Just want to thank you for your blog. I have learned tons because of you!
    ;-)

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    1. Thank you for your sweet note, sheabella! :-)

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  5. Hi Jin,
    Also want to thank you for your inspirational blog! Seems like Lettering Delights is really having problems getting their act together! Wish the would have waited to sell the subscriptions when they knew their new site was correctly!!!

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