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    Its that Fretnot again. Just a couple of things I came up with this week. The words in the plaques are old and from 1 Corinthians but the plaque is new. I just love the shape. I spent a while on the computer getting this right. The toast is a well known verse, the bread by the way is wholemeal.
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    Good looking.

    I like them both and the font looks good for that work.
    Which font is it?

    Karl
    Karl in Sunny Southwest Florida

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      Hi karl. The font is scroll saw italic. You should be able to download it for free. I am in the Uk and i know in some other countries it is called a different name. I think if you just type into the search engine something will come up.

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