Christmas Shine Font
Christmas Shine Font Specimen
Christmas Shine is a beautiful and refined script font. It has a classy, elegant, and modern look that you can use for logos, branding, invitations, stationery, wedding designs, social media posts, and much more!
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This one is ok - It's a pretty standard Christmas, farmhouse style font - which is great. I like having a variety of those, too. It's not too wide or too narrow and the spacing is actually great. The glyph on the "e" is super long, but you can get away with that at the end of a word vs. the middle of one. I like the "t" and the "s" - to me, the "s" can make or break a font, sometimes so it's nice to see this one has nice curves on the lower case even though the upper case one is a bit more boxy and a tad less fluid. I can def see quote art made with this font.
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