I always have a hard time choosing a font to use at Thanksgiving. I mean, fonts don't just scream Thankful like Halloween fonts scream scary. I like to go for a mix of elegant and simple. It usually works very well.
Brock Script, Centaur, Poor Richard, Tempus Sans, BudEasy, Scriptina, Garamond, Lainie Day SH, Slumber Party, Saginaw
All of the fonts are available for free download except Garamond. It came with an Adobe product I purchased years ago, so check and see if you might already have it on your computer. There is also a very similar font called Apple Garamond that may work for you.
Be sure to let me know how your projects turn out if you use these fonts.
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