Winner Wonderland |Day 04 Handlettered Brush Script font

Brush font giveaway via besotted blog

We know you love a good font, especially if it’s hand-lettered so we are thrilled that Angie B. of Angie Makes has offered her lovely Snowberry brush font up for a prize.  We mentioned it before when it just launched and it is still one of our faves in the font brush lettering category, just simple + modern and a great one to add to your font collection!

To enter to win the Snowberry font please answer the following question:

What question do you hate being asked? (for me it’s when I am going to give my daughter a sibling!)

For additional entries:

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Enter until January 2, 2016! We will close comments on December 26, 2015, January 2, 2016. All entries are chosen at random. We will announce the winners on January 4, 2016! Please make sure that when you enter your email in the comment box (note: it will NOT show on site) that it is a working email. We will give all winners a week to claim prizes after we contact them, after that week if it is not claimed, the prize will go to another entrant.

P.S. If you haven’t already, stop by the other days to enter! Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 04 | Day 05 | Day 06 | Day 07 | Day 08 | Day 09 | Day 10

Miss Tristan B. is the co-creator of the world’s best + easiest product photography editing tool-Foto Rx | Shopkeeper’s Helper and one of the writer’s of this delightful blog. Her lofty goal here is to make this a creative resource repository and to inspire you to fall truly, madly, deeply in love with your life.

24 thoughts on “Winner Wonderland |Day 04 Handlettered Brush Script font

  1. I dread the question – when are you going to have kids? I’m 31 and feel so much pressure to have children due to my “advanced maternal age”.

  2. I hate the question what do you do? When I was a SAHM of four I always felt I should have been doing an actual “job.” Now that I have four almost all grown up kids I realize how hard my “job” was. I wish I have never answered “I’m just a mom.” Now that I am starting a new career as a calligrapher and designer I find myself doing the same thing. One day I hope moms and artists and artist moms will feel just as proud to say what they do as the CEO, the doctor or the accountant.

  3. I definitely dread the, “So, what’s your real job?”. I’m a freelance professional musician and people really don’t think you can make a living doing it! :)

  4. What do you want for dinner? Invariably what sounds good to you never is what sounds good to them. Just tell me what you want to eat!

  5. “What did you do today?” (Answer: I changed diapers, wiped noses, read (children’s) books, played trains, and kissed ouchies. And if it was a good day, I made dinner.)

  6. Whether I miss working. When my daughter was born I decided to stay home to raise her (but, I also run 3 businesses from home while taking care of a toddler full time, so I never really stopped working…).

  7. I am an introvert and it takes a while to warm up to people. I hate being asked “why are you so quiet?”. It puts me in the spotlight and I don’t really know how to answer that.

  8. “What college are you going to?”

    Agh. I don’t know! The only thing I know at the moment is that as soon as my high school graduation is an event of the past, I’ll (try to) relax and do my best to figure out the options I have. I don’t even know if college is part of that.

  9. What are you doing now?
    I have two years old toddler and Lhasa apso with husband that travels for work. Really? That question? I am lucky if I can have my meal while seating down. Shower time and gym time are such a luxury thing to have right now.

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