Legions of Scrapbookers meet Typodermic Fonts

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I get lots of questions about scrapbook related products. The distinction that usually requires explanation is the difference between words and an alphabet. Words are . . . just regular words, like the ones you’re reading right now. An alphabet is ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ. A set of numerals 0123456789 falls under the same category as alphabet.

Q: Can I create rubber stamps, stickers, digital scrapbook files using your fonts?

A: Yes. You don’t need my permission to do this. You can copyright your creation in your own name. No credit or extra payment is required.

Q: Can I create an alphabet using Larabie Font typefaces to give away or sell?

A: You can, but you’ll have to purchase a custom license agreement.

Q: Can you give me some examples of scrapbooking applications that require no permission or payment?

A: A sticker, stamp, stencil or digital image that reads, Happy Holidays, Baseball or Thanksgiving.

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