Looking for the best Cricut font pairings for your vinyl projects? Here are the top Cricut font pairings that will take your craft projects to the next level.
Finding cute and smooth font pairings has been an essential part of making SVG cut files for my personal projects and online business.
While choosing Cricut font combinations, you want to make sure that the fonts match the theme of your project and cut vinyl smoothly.
My list of tried and tested font pairings will help you create amazing DIY crafts that your friends and family will adore.
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With this Cricut font list, you’ll be able to quickly pick the best font pairing for any occasion and make unique designs. You’ll find the best Cricut font pairing for making wooden signs, t-shirts, tumblers, mugs, and more.
This blog post is all about the best Cricut font pairings.
Best Cricut Font Pairings
1. Beachwood Script & Sans – My favorite Cricut font combination
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned crafter, if there is a must-have Cricut font pairing I recommend, go for Beachwood!
Beachwood is a beautiful font combination featuring a cute script font with an adorable sans font. Yes, you get two perfectly paired fonts in a single purchase!
I made so many crafts using this versatile font for every occasion imaginable. I lost count of how many times I have been asked the name of this font!
Beachwood is the perfect Cricut font to make shirts, tumblers, wood signs, and many more. Every time the designs stand out! Plus, the font cuts vinyl smoothly and quickly.
2. Way To The Heart & Market – My second best Cricut font pairing
Want to make rustic farmhouse-style designs with your Cricut? Then this stellar Cricut font combination is for you!
Way to the heart is an elegant Cricut script font with tails. Compliment the font with Market, a playful display font with a free-spirit vibe. I guarantee that any home decor crafts you make with this Cricut font pairing will turn out beautiful!
The floral element featured in the design is from a beautiful dingbat font called Play Your Leaves. The dingbat font comes with tons of nature doodles that will help you create unique designs.
3. Boogie Down & Eucalyptus Spearmint – Cricut fonts that go together
Boogie Down is hands down one of the cutest Cricut fonts! This pretty and playful sans font is my go-to for creating fun designs. The i’s are dotted with hearts, making this font so unique!
These two Cricut fonts go well together and are perfect for creating funny t-shirts, tumblers, mugs, and more.
4. Better Caramel & Gabelisa – Beautiful Cricut font combination
You can never go wrong by pairing a good serif font with an elegant script font. The Better Caramel and Gabelisa Cricut font combination is the perfect example!
5. Miss Neally & Myfrida Shadow – Stellar Cricut font pairing
Get ready to create the most fun SVG designs ever with this stellar Cricut font pairing!
Miss Neally is a smooth monoline Cricut script font. I love the authentic handwriting feel of this font. Use the Myfrida Shadow font with Miss Neally to create one-of-a-kind designs for t-shirt, mugs, tumblers, tote bags, and more.
A Cricut font pairing that is sure to work for any occasion is the Hello Wedding + Sugar & Lime font combination.
The Hello Wedding is a thick Cricut cursive font, and Sugar & Lime is a quirky handwritten font. This Cricut font combination is one of my favorites to create designs for DIY crafts. The fonts are smooth and thick enough to cut vinyl easily.
7. Good Selection & Catalina
How cute does this back-to-school t-shirt look? My customers LOVE this design and ask me what fonts I use all the time.
The sans version of the Good Selection font works perfectly with the thick and bouncy Catalina Cricut script font. The Good Selection font comes with tons of cute doodles that are sure to add a unique touch to your crafts.
8. Breakfast Pastry + Quotable + Good Feeling
This Cricut Kitchen Conversion Chart is a massive hit with my blog readers! No wonder because of the awesome fonts used in this design.
The Breakfast Pastry and Quotable Cricut font pairing is a life-saver! DIY wood signs turn out AMAZING with these fonts. The Breakfast Pastry font is the gold standard when it comes to Cricut Sign Fonts.
The script font used in this home decor sign is Good Feeling – a smooth Cricut calligraphy font.
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I used this Cricut font combination to create baseball and football shirts, mugs, tumblers, caps, and more. They all turn out AMAZING, and I always get so many compliments.
Blandy is a vintage sports typography font with bold swashes. This font pairs amazingly well with Staubach, which is a jersey numerals-inspired font.
I am a farmhouse-style obsessed crafter, so how could I not include the most awesome Cricut font pairing for making home decor?
The script font with a dancing baseline compliments the rustic serif font to create striking typographic designs.
11. Puckery Tart & Hey Girl
Add a feminine touch to your projects by using Puckery Tart, a tall and bouncy all-caps font. The Hey Girl script font compliments Puckery Tart by evoking authentic handwriting feel in your designs.
I use this whimsical font pairing for kitchen towels, wooden signs, tote bags, and more. The storybook feel of this font combination is perfect to create kid’s wear.
The Monstterday font duo is the best Cricut font pairing when it comes to value for money. Two perfectly paired fonts in a single purchase!
The handwritten script font comes with a rustic caps font and tons of cute doodles – everything you need to create a design from scratch.
Love the boho arrow I used in the matching mommy and me t-shirts? Get them from the Good Selection font family.
Beachwood is such a versatile font; no wonder it appears on this list twice!
The adorable fall-themed pillow in the picture is a sweet Cricut font pairing of Beachwood and Sweet Mia. The sans version of the Beachwood font pairs beautifully with Sweet Mia – a modern calligraphy script font with a dancing baseline.
15. Steelheart & The Chiladepia
How cute is this Christmas baby bodysuit?
I made the candy cane cutie design using two amazing Cricut fonts I can’t live without.
This blog post covered all the best Cricut font pairings. I hope you have a lot of fun creating amazing designs and crafts from these fonts!
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