Let’s Talk Fonts!
Since I love making graphics, it’s only natural that I love fonts too. If I see a graphic I love, it’s fun to identify the font that’s used. There are a couple of really good font identification sites on the web. I use myfont.com/whatthefont mostly but for easy idents (simple fonts that are not fancy) I use identifont.com. What does this have to do with Girl Scouts you ask? Wellll…the new Girl Guides to Girl Scouting use different fonts for each age group. Having headings to use for a number of projects is so helpful, especially if you make a lot of your own resources as I do. I went through and identified each of the fonts Girl Scouts used on the books. Fun, right? Surely I’m not the only one that noticed that all the spines together make a tree and a line of girls at each age level together? Great detail Girl Scouts!