★ You can use them all for your craft and commercial project.
If you have kids and you are like me, you know how it’s a challenge to find a theme for their birthday. Everything must match. The party decoration, the cake, the balloon, everything. And I like creating something custom for my daughter, like having her name with the Troll font for the cake topper. That makes a unique craft, and it looks so realistic. I like it so much.
Another thing I noticed after working with the Cricut machine and people around is that most Cricut crafters prefer to use SVG files instead of typing using the keyboard. The reason is that we tend to have more freedom in the design by uploading SVG files because the letters are not stuck altogether. That way, we can play with the characters and end up with a design we really like.
Therefore, I focused on releasing SVG files of Disney fonts. I hope you find it more convenient.
- Disney Zombies font with Zed and Addison and the megaphone as an image. (The font comes in .TTF font. You can double-click to install the font. Once installed, you can use your keyboard to type.)
- Vampirina font from Disney. (For your convenience, the font comes with SVG files, including all individual letters and a grouped file. It also comes as the .TTF font file. You can double-click to install the font. Once installed, you can use your keyboard to type.)
- Trolls font from Disney. (The font comes with SVG letter files, the Trolls logo and Poppy as an image that you can use for a cake topper or any other craft).
- Toy Story font from Disney. (The font comes with all the SVG letter files, including the outline characters and the flat ones. The Toy Story logo is also included. For your convenience, the Toy Story fonts come in DXF and PNG files).
- Star Wars font. Disney purchased Star Wars, so I included the font in the bundle. (The font comes with all the SVG letter files. For your convenience, the Star Wars fonts come in DXF and PNG files).
- Minnie font and Mickey mouse font. That one was a pure challenge to create. Because Disney only used the characters for their logo, not for creating text. So I had to create characters that are very close to the letters you see on the Mickey and Minnie logo. I am sure you will like the font, it looks very professional, and there are no jiggly lines like you see in the free cheap fonts from the web. (Sorry, but I have to be honest about it. Most of the free fonts over the web are so cheap looking). The Minnie and Mickey mouse font comes with all the SVG letter files, including the cute Minnie mouse ribbon and the Minnie mouse silhouette with the ribbon. That is a must if you want to create a custom name for the occasion.
- The Disney font. You can create anything you want with that font, from crafting the next Disney trip to the Disney birthday party. (The font comes with all the SVG letter files. For your convenience, the Disney font comes in DXF and PNG files as well).
- Aladdin font from Disney. The font looks almost identical to the latest Aladdin movie. (For your convenience, the font comes with SVG files, including all individual letters. It also comes as the .TTF font file. You can double-click to install the font. Once installed, you can use your keyboard to type. As a bonus, the Genie and Aladdin images are included and ready to be printed.