Terms of Use

Fonts for Peas and Free Scrapbook Fonts Terms of Use

http://www.kevinandamanda.com/fonts

INTRO
I love it when people use the fonts, so don’t be shy about reading these terms. :) I always want the answer to be “Yes! I’d love it if you used my fonts!” These are free fonts and I want you to be able to use them for free. Here are the following terms to explain out how you can use these fonts for personal and commercial purposes.

 

PLEASE NOTE

If you follow the terms, you do not need my permission to use the fonts. Regretfully, I may not be able to personally respond to commercial use inquiries in a timely manner, so please read the terms carefully to see if you fall into the personal or commercial use category.

  • Personal use or non-profit use, enjoy the fonts for free. No need to get my permission to use them.
  • Commercial use (anything that generates income) please display a blog button or credit link and enjoy for free or purchase a commercial use license. No need to get my permission.

Full terms below:

 

YOU MAY

  • You may use the fonts for your own personal use and / or non-profit use.
  • You may use the fonts on your personal webpage / blog.
  • You may use the fonts for non-profit organizations.
  • You may use the fonts in personal layouts/projects that will be posted to online galleries and submitted to magazines for publication, as long as the font name and a link to www.kevinandamanda.com is given.

 

COMMERCIAL USE

If you’d like to use the fonts for commercial use, including, but not limited to digital scrapbooking kits, logos, blog design, eBay or Etsy product pages, business cards, e-books, Teachers Pay Teachers, or any type of art that will be used for the purpose of selling or generating income, please read the following terms.

You may use the fonts for commercial purposes at no charge if and only if you prominently display one of my blog buttons, found here, with a link back to my site on your blog/webpage. The button may be placed in your sidebar (preferred) or on a credits/links page, but not just a single post about the fonts. If you are unable to include an image of the button, please add a credit and link on each product page.

If you cannot or prefer not to display credit, you may purchase a commercial use license for a single font, or for all the fonts provided on kevinandamanda.com.



Commercial Use License

*Please choose one of the following options from the dropdown box below




 

YOU MAY NOT

  • The fonts MAY NOT be used for any harmful, pornographic, or racial material or material that may be deemed harmful or offensive to another person.
  • You may not claim the fonts as your own.
  • The fonts MAY NOT be SOLD in any way, shape, or form, including but not limited to: as Photoshop brushes, embroidery font files, or PNGs.

 

LIMITED LIABILITY

Neither Kevin or Amanda Bottoms nor www.kevinandamanda.com shall be held liable for any damages resulting from the use of these items.

I retain and reserve the right to modify, update and change the Terms of Use for all fonts at anytime with or without notice. It is your responsibility to check for updates and changes to the Terms of Use.




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186 Comments

Kylie Lindstrom November 20, 2011 at 10:46 pm

Hi Amanda,
Have been a big fan for years now. Looking at one of your recent posts about the evolution of your site, I can’t believe how long!!

I’ve recently designed a few sweet patterns for softies/cushions/stitcheries {for sale} and was hoping to include with the designs and instructions a printed alphabet for people to trace over to add their loved ones names to the designs. I would love to have your permission to use one of your scrapbooking fonts for this purpose. I’ll be posting about the finished prototypes {a softie and a cushion} within the next few days if you’d like to see what I mean. Will wait to hear from you before listing anything for sale.

Best wishes,
Kylie xo

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YH December 11, 2011 at 2:46 am

Hi Kevin and Amanda! So… I’m using one of your fonts, “Pea Noodle Teen” for my upcoming store’s logo and of course, following your TOU I’m linking your site on my facebook page :) that is, until I finished setting up my paypal account and actually pay you guys the fee (I love all your fonts, just fyi! lol) anyways, if you guys aren’t okay with it, please tell me I would take it down in a heart beat.

best of wishes and happy holidays!

YH

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YH December 11, 2011 at 2:47 am

oh my that came out wrong D: I will still link you guys on my page even after I paid the fees! sorry, lack of sleep :s

xxox

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Erin December 27, 2011 at 6:53 am

I have a question, I’ve made a lesson plan book that I wanted to post on TeachersPayTeachers (TPT) and I was wondering if it was okay just to post a link at the end of the document as I can’t put buttons on the site? Thanks! :)

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Anna J. January 2, 2012 at 2:26 pm

Hi!

I am designing a friend’s wedding invitations (and probably the save the dates & programs as well), and I’m thinking about using one of your fonts (I know which one I like, but I have to check what she likes best). I love all your fonts, though!

I am a visual communications student and would like to use her invitation as a part of my portfolio. She is a good friend of mine, plus I want to expand my portfolio – basically, won’t be charging her/making any income off of them. Is it ok if I still use your font?

Thanks so much!

Anna

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Ariana G. January 18, 2012 at 2:07 pm

Hello Amanda,

First, I wanted to say that I love your fonts. They are really fantastic.
I have this school project which requires me to do a PowerPoint presentation that would be uploaded to the school’s website. I would love to use some of your fonts for it, and I was wandering if you could give your permission to do so. The school requires me to hand in written proof of permission of use.

Thank you kindly,

Ariana

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Michelle January 21, 2012 at 7:40 pm

Amanda,

I love your fonts! I am not sure if I am clear about the licensing. I would like to use your fonts on word documents for teachers. I would then sell the word documents. Is this okay? Thanks for clearing up the confusion.

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chimsakey* January 26, 2012 at 11:27 am

Thank you for the great KIT. xoxo.
The work was made.
I am glad if I have you see.

http://sooora2011.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-11.html

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Lynn Henderson February 18, 2012 at 1:04 pm

I downloaded peasnowflackdoodles for a blog client and installed it to create her text header. However, only the examples are showing up in all of my programs, i.e., Photoshop, MS Word, Etc… We intend to add the link back but the blog is not published yet. What am I missing and why is the font not functioning properly?

Many thanks,
Lynn

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Shanna-Kaye Fancher February 22, 2012 at 8:41 am

I just wanted to tell you how AWESOME you are! I found your site about a year ago, and just came back to check out your fonts again. I started designing logos recently, and your fonts are *perfect* for the handwritten look that so many people want! I can’t wait to use them!
And I proudly put your button on my blog :)
http://www.capturedmomentsbysk.wordpress.com

Thank-you!!

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Scott Russell February 29, 2012 at 3:42 pm

Hello! I found your Rage font and it was perfect for my high school senior portrait brand logo. I’m using it on my web site and marketing materials. I’ve placed your link button on my blog site so thank you very much!!!

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Amy March 6, 2012 at 10:52 am

Hello – I LOVE LOVE LOVE all your fonts on here. I am wanting to use these fonts in some downloadable purchased artwork that people will be able to customize. In a terms of use we will direct them to download the font from your website if they want to use this font. Is that ok?

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Angela Newsome March 9, 2012 at 11:41 am

First, thank you so much for the free fonts. I am a teacher and have started using them in the activities I create. I would like to start selling some of my creations on teacherspayteachers.com. I don’t have a blog but plan to start one within the next few months. I read the terms of use but since I don’t have a blog/webpage, can I still use them if I credit you in the packet? I could also send you a packet if you’d like. Please let me know when you get a chance! I appreciate what you are doing so much!

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Dawnelle Brown March 14, 2012 at 3:40 pm

I just purchased a single font commercial license for Jenny… which I adore. I would like to make a sign with “specializing in newborns, maternity and babies” underneath my logo in this font. Thank you so much.

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Mira March 17, 2012 at 6:28 am

hello! I’m preparing a climbing competition poster, and i was wondering if I could use Your fonts… I’ve seen the terms of use, and everything is ok. My poster is prepared “for peas” :) and for non – profit institution. Thank’s for sharing, i really like Your work!

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lindsay March 24, 2012 at 9:42 am

Amanda~ I just want to say thank you so much for such beautiful, original fonts! I downloaded them about a year ago but have been worried about using them out of fear of violating the TOU. After reading through the blog comments, I can see that my fears were unfounded and I’m so pumped to start creating with your work! You can bet I’ll be adding a button to both of my websites soon to send my fans back to you! Thank you for being so generous!

LK

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Fiona April 6, 2012 at 10:17 am

Hi Amanda, can’t see this question so hope it hasn’t been answered! Are we able to use the doodles as well? I want to create a logo and ‘brand’ though I’m not selling, just like the idea of playing and setting a consistent font etc. so I can have a continuous watermark. Currently I’m doing something different each time which is fine, but time consuming.
Hoped to use one of the doodles if possible :)
thanks so much
Fiona

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Madison April 7, 2012 at 3:48 pm

Hi Amanda,
Firstly – thank you for your fonts, I absolutely love them. Secondly, I wanted to ask what a few other people have asked about using your font for a logo to watermark photos on Facebook (I’ve created one for a friend’s jewellery start-up) – how should we give you credit?
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Thanks again and best wishes,
Madison

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andy May 7, 2012 at 3:34 am

Hallo ,
I ,m from Germany and i like to use your handwriting font for my homepage .
I want to buy the licence for one font but i donĀ“t have a credit card or something else .
Can i send you a letter with the 10 dollar or is there any other way ?
Greetings andy

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Pink Sheep June 1, 2012 at 6:50 pm

Hi, I just want to say thank you so much for your fonts, I love them!!! I am using the Pea Noodle’s Girlfriends in my webpage. http://pinksheepcr.wix.com/home . Please let me know if your logo/link should used differently :D

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Pink Sheep June 1, 2012 at 6:51 pm

PS: FYI my website is not finished… I want to check with you before launching it :D Thanks

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Jessica W July 22, 2012 at 8:00 pm

Thanks so much for this website and all the free fonts! I will be using them to create things for my classroom! I have been so tired of the regular ones for my newsletters and classroom posters. THANKS!!!!

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Stephanie July 30, 2012 at 6:18 am

Hi,
I saw others ask but didn’t see an answer. Can I use your awesome fonts on PDFs that I make for Teachers Pay Teachers? I would credit you in the document with a link to your website as there is nowhere for a button on the site. Let me know when you have time. Thanks!

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Becky Marie September 12, 2012 at 12:11 pm

I love your fonts!!! I found one very similar to my own handwriting and it makes me feel my personality is reflected in my blog and photo watermark. Thank you so much for making these fonts!

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Amber September 30, 2012 at 2:25 pm

Hello!
First off, I’d like to say that I LOVE LOVE LOVE your site and fonts!!! Trying to plan a wedding on a tight budget is not easy but being able to make adorable stationary with these free fonts has been amazing!!

I had a quick question. Is it okay to put a link to your site on Teachers Pay Teachers to use the fonts commercially for free? I just wanted to check because I am new to the site and don’t think you can put a gadget button:( Booo…

Thanks so much!
Amber

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fei-fei October 27, 2012 at 2:26 pm

,,>w<)//
I LOVE YOUR FONTS so much.

Thanks you very very much. ,,(UwU)

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Nancy Childs November 13, 2012 at 8:30 pm

Hi, I have a question. My mother was born in 1930 and apparently teachers were really serious about teaching cursive, because her handwriting was beautiful. She has passed away and I am in the process of designing both my mother & father’s ledgers for the cemetary. Ledgers are basically 3′ x 7′ slabs of granite that lay in front of the family monument. I would like to create a font from her handwriting to use on one area of her ledger. I don’t have the alphabet written out, just cards, letters, etc. Can you work with that? This would be such a great surprise to my siblings and sooo unique. Thanks for your thoughts on this!

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Elizabeth Dean November 29, 2012 at 2:16 pm

I am wanting to add your button to my photography page but all I have right now is a facebook page. Do you know how I can do that. I really like your fonts and would love to use them in my photography. If you could give me directions on how to get your blog button on my page.

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AmberKae December 31, 2012 at 3:10 pm

I just have to say, you’re amazing for allowing no charge of commercial use! Even with a linkback I was expecting to have to pay something. So I say, thank you very much :)

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Malarie March 22, 2013 at 11:44 am

I LOVE these fonts and have enjoyed using them for my own personal use for things for my classroom. I have never made anything to sell, and am wanting to use them for something very different now, but am not sure about this “gray” area. I recently started machine embroidery and would love to be able to use these fonts in my embroidery work. I am wanting to buy software to be able to take true type fonts and convert them into embroidery stitch fonts files for embroidery machines. Is this within your terms, as I would like to open an Etsy store and would be more than delighted to add your button to my page. I’m just not sure if I am able to do this because this would in a sense be selling the fonts, but not in the true type form they are in. I would so appreciate your approval to be able to covert them into stitch files and resell them with all credit given to you and your button present on the page. Is this possible and would I need to leave the font names as they currently are, if I have your permission to use it for this, or would the ones I use need to be renamed? Thanks :)

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Becky Marie June 19, 2013 at 10:08 am

Thank you for providing free fonts and making them available for commercial use with such generous terms. I recently redesigned my blog using one of your fonts and it captures my personality so well. THANK YOU!!

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N Patel January 23, 2014 at 7:17 am

Hi, I’ve created some planner pages using your wonderful fonts :) I was hoping to sell them on Etsy – if I write in the description that I credit the fonts to you and put a link to your website, is that ok? Thanks!

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Jennifer March 22, 2014 at 10:58 pm

hello Amanda,

I love the cute handwriting fonts you’ve created! I just purchased a single commercial license for your “A Little Pot” font for a client project. The final product will be a printed copy of a digital painting, with children’s toy as the image and your font at the bottom saying something cute! I’m so excited to use it as it fits the picture perfectly — thank you for sharing!

Regards,
Jennifer

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