Fonts for Commercial Use

From pretty script fonts to bold display typefaces, you'll find them all here. What's not to love about purchasing fonts and typefaces designed by some of the world's most talented designers? Start your font download now.


1. How do I download fonts?

Once you've made a purchase using your account, you may download it as many times as you like by logging into your account on and locating the Purchases icon.

2. How to use downloaded fonts on Cricut?

To use the font on Circut:

  • Download the font you intend to use. Take note of where the font file is downloaded to.
  • Unzip the font file folder. Double-click on the individual font file. (Most font files end in .ttf or .otf; if you have the option, install the.otf file.)
  • Open Cricut Design Space after installing the font.
  • Create a new project, and add a new text layer. To add a new text box to your Canvas, use the text tool. Then, on the top toolbar, click the font drop-down menu to change the font.

3. How do I import fonts into Photoshop?

  • Download the font to the desired location.
  • Uncompress font.
  • Open font book.
  • Click ‘add font,’ navigate to your new font and click ‘okay.’
  • Open Photoshop, and you’re ready to use your new font!

4. What are cursive fonts?

Cursive fonts imitate cursive handwriting. Although letters flow together, they may be joined or unjoined. Cursive fonts can look artistic and elegant yet be functional in that they can be used for everyday writing.

5. What are the best fonts to use for a resume?

Factors to consider when choosing a resume font include readability, professionalism, spacing, and design. It’s best to avoid fonts that are hard to read because, chances are, the hiring manager will skim through your resume before actually reading the details. Thus, fonts such as Arial, Georgia, Helvetica, Tahoma, Times New Roman, and Veranda are some of the top runners for resumes.

6. How to match fonts?

There isn’t a hard-and-fast rule to follow when it comes to matching fonts. Additionally, it depends on what you’d like your design to achieve. However, here are some tips for pairing fonts:

  • Combine serif and sans serif fonts.
  • Avoid choosing fonts from the same category for your heading and body.
  • Create contrast with font sizes.
  • Create contrast using the font's weight.
  • Assign roles for the different fonts you’re using.
  • Match unique fonts with neutral ones for readability.
  • Stick to a maximum of three typefaces.
  • Keep it simple.

7. What is the difference between font type and font style?

Font type refers to the category to which the typeface belongs, such as sans-serif, serif, monospace, display, etc.

Font style refers to the appearance of a specific font, such as normal, italic, or oblique.

8. Do your fonts come with commercial licence?

Yes. Many of our fonts come with complete commercial licence. You may click on the font of your choice to read details regarding it.