Cake Font Is The Answer No Matter The Question
Bake the world a better place with Choco Cake Font, a brand new delicious typeface coming from the big handmade font oven. Careful, the sweet font is still hot! We made the baking font from several levels: first we baked the basis from mixture of flour with eggs and then added the chocolate typeface as topping for this yummy thing. That’s rather a simple method of a creative font bakery but we are proud of the result. A chocolate cake is a classical variant for a dessert. Therefore, design experts and fans will appreciate the brown typeface because Choco Cake Font combines simplicity of ingredients with cheerfulness and rich taste sensations.
Maybe, you want to see another example of a delicious typeface from our baking typography kitchen? Have a look at these fonts made by hand. Browse and buy fonts like Pink Donut Font, Gingerbread Colors Font or Choco Cream Font.
How To Bake Cakes With Handmade Font
Oh, such a yummy handmade font is a magnificent choice for holiday invitations. It doesn’t really matter what kind of a party you are going to host because Choco Cake Font will be suitable for any event. However, we should point out that the baking font will be especially correct for birthday postcards and invitations because, come on, you can’t celebrate your birthday without a great cake font.
Basic Font Description
This font is designed in 3D. Each letter comes as a separate PNG file on a transparent background. Each image has the high resolution size of 3700x4000px. This downloadable package contains 47 files. PNG images can be opened and edited with all major image and document layout applications. You can change the color of letters. For this, you need basic skills in using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, etc.
This font set contains all the elements besides letters, such as figures, punctuation marks and currency symbols.
All letters and glyphs that comprises this font you can see on the preview.
Additional Font Info
Please note: these are NOT keyable fonts (TTF or OTF). They are either raster images or vector files. Each letterform or shape will need to be hand-set and composed.