I have been inspired lately to make some new fun, funky and pretty fonts. I have to say, this might be one of my all time faves. The name? CHUNKY BLISS. Doesn’t the name alone just make you happy? Here is the preview and you can click on the picture for the link to the product in my TpT store.
It’s just $1.00 for unlimited commercial use! And of course for all the personal and classroom use you’d like. 🙂 I have used this one a ton already!
I also added this font to the CK Font Bundle, if you like buying in bulk and getting a great deal.
I hope you love it! If you do, I really appreciate your feedback and follows!
“My soul will be satisfied as with fat and rich food, and my mouth will praise you with joyful lips…”
Thank you so much for downloading this font! This zip file contains a doodle font I made called CKSchoolPics. It has 86 glyphs that are all different school pictures. You can use this font for any personal use, for resources in the classroom, and for items posted for free on TpT. Please just add a link to my store:
Click on the pic for the link to the free item in my TpT store!
Enjoy and thank you!!!
“The LORD himself is who goes before you. He will be with you. He will not fail you or forsake you. Don’t be afraid. Don’t be discouraged.”
I made these labels for my resource room and thought I would share them. I made the small labels for materials and the large signs for centers. There are no pictures or visuals on the labels, just the words. I am really into hexagons and chalkboards right now so I combined the two. I hope you like them!
Chalkboard Classrooom Labels
If you visit my store on Teachers pay Teachers, you can also download the font and the chalkboard clipart I made and use them to make your own labels! Click on the picture for the link to the *FREE* label making kit in my store:
This is how I used these items to make classroom labels. In a blank word document, I inserted the chalkboard clipart, cropped it, and rotated it 90 degrees so it was horizontal. Then I set the image behind text. Next, I added word art using the ckchalky font and made the color fill and outline white to look like chalk. This works best for me when I save the file as a Word 97-2003 document. For smaller labels, I started by inserting a table and then inserted the clipart and word art in each cell. If you have any questions or need support with this, I’m happy to help!
“Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”
(2 Corinthians 9:7)
I hope you have a great start to your school year!
I created this font because I wanted an easy way to create a picture schedule or behavior chart for students. The font includes 72 glyphs. The uppercase letters are picture schedule pics with labels including lunch, bathroom, gym, etc. (See the preview for the complete list.) The lowercase letters are the same pictures without labels, so that you can title them differently if you’d like. Numbers 0-9 are behavior expectation pics, with and without labels, and there are a few additional pictures you might like to use. Here is the preview.
Click on the pics for the *link* to the product at my TpT store.
I hope you love it!
And here is a good one for you…
“No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him.
(1 Corinthians 2:9)
There is a zip file with 20 of my fonts available on TpT. It is free for personal use and $3.00 for commercial use.
Here is a preview of my fonts file on TpT.
Here is the link to the *free* file.
I love fonts.
Also, I was at Target last week and found these treasures in the One Spot.
I got the 3 pails, which I already filled, mechanical pencils, colored paper clips, which any Intervention Specialist can appreciate, and gem magnets in the middle. This stuff made my day.
Lastly, I wanted to share some REAL divine intervention…
“Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.”