Party By Tom
Party By Tom has plenty of streamers to show off your party plans. This font offers only capital letters, but they’re easy to read and very fun. The typeface also comes with numerals and a limited set of punctuation. Party By Tom is ideal for titles and headers, although it doesn’t really have the ability to handle more complicated typesetting.
You can decorate your New Year’s Eve desktop publishing projects with streamers: the Ruban Extravaganzafont has letters designed to look like streamers, with a few stars to adorn the party. This typeface does have lowercase letters, as well as uppercase, although the lowercase letters are essentially just smaller capital letters. The designer of Ruban Extravaganza did not include numbers or symbols with this font, effectively limiting it to titles — although, in that capacity, the font can add something special to your project.
In addition to the free New Year’s fonts you can find online, you can also access some great dingbats made just for end-of-the-year bashes. Feast Day is a great example: it’s full of hand drawn New Year’s images, like popping corks and noisemakers. You can use Feast Day just like any other font: just download and install it and see which of the images you want to use on your projects.
Happy New Year’s!
This post is part of the series: Free Fonts for Desktop Publishing
- A Guide to the Best Free Fonts Online for Desktop Publishers
- The Top Four Free Font Sites
- Four Free Fonts for Microsoft Word
- Four Free Fonts for Kids
- Four Free Elegant Wedding Fonts
- How to Find Free Helvetica Fonts
- Four Free Back-to-School Fonts
- Four Free Halloween Fonts
- Four Free Birthday Fonts
- Four Free New Year’s Eve Fonts
- Four Free Thanksgiving Fonts
- Four Free Valentine’s Day Fonts
- Four Free Easter Fonts
- Four Free St. Patrick’s Day Fonts
- Fancy Fourth of July Fonts
- Four Free Business Card Fonts