The Cantoni Font Ornaments are small illustrations that can easily placed into documents like clip art!
They’re so much fun to create!
I love seeing how they’re used in clever ways on invitations, signs, menus, programs, and more.
The Cantoni Font Ornaments are generally geared for the rustic, vintage look and feel.
I was inspired by the many outdoor weddings that I’ve seen and love!
But I included other images like the baby carriage and bottle, a ring and cake, as well as flowers and hearts
that would work well for baby or bridal shower invitations.
Oneof my favorites is the boots, with the Mr. and Mrs. on the foot.
(There’s a plain pair too.)
I think these would be darling blown up and used on the chair backs of the bride and groom.
I’ve also created three rustic wood logs with a heart in the center.
You can easily put a couples names or initials inside the heart.
Other options to put inside: “Save the Date”, Menu and Table numbers just to name a few.
Or use my special ornament “you + me” .
I created the “blank wood sign” ornament to allow you to make directional signs, or use as a heading for a program.
Again, there’s too many uses to name. What would you use it for?
I have to dedicate this last “Love notes” ornament to Erica & Chris Cantoni .
Their wedding last summer at Rising Wolf Ranch in Glacier National Park, Montana was the most touching I’ve even been to.
There wasn’t a dry eye in the place.
All of us were thrilled to see these two lovely people get hitched!
And best of all, all 7 of the Cantoni siblings attended!
Just like the DIY Wedding Words from my previous post,
you can easily work with the Cantoni Ornaments in Microsoft Word.
No need to have a special program.
All you have to do is choose Cantoni Ornaments font from your font list.
Create a text box.
Then click on the keyboard letter, number or symbol that correlates to the word or image you want.
You can easily highlight and change to the desired color.
Then print on plain card stock on your own printer.
Below is the Keyboard Map to show you where everything is located.
I’ll be posting a how-to-video on my Youtube channel next week to show you how easy it is to work with.
And you’ll be the first to know when my Cantoni font family goes live on myfonts.com !
Check out my first two fonts, Dom Loves Mary and Belluccia, available for purchase here.
Have a Major Monday 🙂