Here is a practical project you can do with your
P22 script fonts.
had collected spice jars for a while to store spices
I had bought in bulk. Eventually some spices would
look like other spices, or I would just forget what
the spice was. So I needed labels.
I wanted to make the labels look as interesting
as the jars, so I turned to my P22 script fonts.
The fonts added character to the jars so that they
could be proudly displayed in my kitchen. I even
chose different scrips for each jar to give the
illusion that they were made at different times
by different people. The script and hand-drawn looking
fonts give an interesting and antique character
to the final jars.
It was easy to do. All you have to do is get some
jars. You could buy fancy jars with corks from a
boutique shop rather inexpensively. But you could
also use small empty baby food, spice, olive, condiment
or peanut butter jars with the lids painted or covered.Then
you can layout the label with the spice name on
it in any drawing or page layout application on
-First measure the approximate space you have to
work with on your jar.
-Next draw out a box, circle or oval in your drawing
or layout application.
-Next you can add a border to the shape you just
-Then you put the name of the spice in that shape.
-Choose a font you like.
-Print out the labels you have made on Full
Sheet Label stock.
-Then cut them out and stick them on the jars.
That's it. Now you have some nice looking spice
jars that will add to the
character of your kitchen's decor.