Casket Breath

Chloe with the letter CFor the Blogging from A to Z Challenge, I’m having Fun with Fonts. Each day I’ll feature a few I like based on either the look of the font or its name. I’ll also pick a font to inspire one of my tweet tales

Since I featured Bunny Rabbits yesterday, it might be too soon for another cutesy font, but this Cats Alphabet one was too adorable not to share. It’s a good thing I didn’t know about it when my brother and I were making our short film Saying Goodbye (it features a death-predicting cat) because I would have wanted to use it for the title screen and all of our marketing. My brother is in advertising, so he takes his fonts very seriously, and this would have led to serious sibling battles. Because even though the business side of me would have known everything had to look professional, the animal-loving side of me would have been squeeing, “But it’s letters shaped like CATS!1!1! We HAVE to use it!!1!”

Cats Alphabet

I picked the next one because it is so random. And so creepy. Why are so many of the fonts creepy? Can you feel the Crazy Eyes staring at you?
Crazy Eyes
Cartoon Bones is another creepy-ish one, but I like the touch of humor that comes with forming letters out of bones.
Cartoon Bones
This next one made me laugh because the name of the font and the actual font go together so perfectly. The font wouldn’t be nearly as fun if it didn’t have such a spot-on name: Cheap Ink Killed My Printer.
Cheap Ink Killed
The last one is another of those where the font itself isn’t that special, but the name is awesome. What does Casket Breath even smell like? I’m pretty sure I don't want to know. But just the phrase has sparked at least five different stories in my brain, since it would take some unusual circumstances to have casket breath. So of course this is the font I’m using to inspire today’s tweet tale. 
Casket Breath
His heart sings when she slips into bed. He’s missed her so. But as she leans in 4 a kiss, the smell reminds him why he should be terrified.
What do you think of these fonts? Do they inspire any stories in your mind? How cute is Chloe with her letter C?


Stephanie's picture

Another great Collection! Thanks!

Joshisms A to Z

Crystal Collier's picture

Ooh! I love those Cartoon Bones. They totally make me think of Muppets Treasure Island--best Muppet movie of all time. =)

Patricia Lynne's picture

I've seen Cheap Ink Killed My Printer before.

~Patricia Lynne~
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Medeia Sharif's picture

I love the Cheap Ink one. I can imagine it on a book cover.

Misty's picture

I'm digging the casket breath!

Courtney Turner's picture

Fun fonts! Where are you finding them? And the dog w/ the C sign is adorable.Maui Jungalow

Duncan's picture

Yes, love the cats font - my daughters would be crazy about that!

This is a cool idea for your A-Z :)

Teaching English with Mr. Duncan
A-Z of hotels

Carrie-Anne's picture

I like Cats Alphabet and Cartoon Bones best. My favourite C typeface is Cochin.

Chrys Fey's picture

I love wacky fonts! My favorites out of these are the Cartoon Bones and Crazy Eyes. :)

Teresa Cypher's picture

haha! "Casket Breath" drew me in to read the post. Wondered what the heck it The kitties are cute. The printer ink is witty. I'm leaning hard toward creepy for the rest :-) Happy A to Z-ing. :-)

Jessica's picture

Wow this is the most clever A-Z challenge ever. I love the cat font because I love cats. I also think the Casket Breath, while it has a strange name, is a very cool font!

Suzanne's picture

Hmmm, tbh not over-struck on any of them,although got to love the name Casket Breath!!!
Suzanne @ Suzannes Tribe

Jocelyn Rish's picture

Looks like cartoon bones was the most popular from this collection, although I'm still loving the name casket breath! Thanks for stopping by, everyone! 

Stefani's picture

Hahaha LOVE the Cheap Ink font! LOL

Stefani @ Dreams of Nyssa

Jocelyn Rish's picture

Yeah, I think we've all printed pages that looked like we used that font. :-)

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