While I am a fan of paid fonts there are also a ton of great free fonts available, especially for the web.
Statement fonts are great for headers or specific call outs. They aren’t something you would want to use for body text as it would be a little much on the eyes, but the pop of a great font can do wonders.
I will admit that I didn’t really go for a stand out font on my site. I use one font throughout and just varying the weight and size. This is something I will reconsider when I eventual redesign the site.
If you want an example of statement fonts in action, I love how Kimra Luna sprinkles them on her site.
Here are 10 unusual web fonts that are guaranteed to make a statement!
1. Amatic SC
Check out Amatic SC on Google Fonts here.
2. Bad Script
Check out Bad Script on Google Fonts here.
Check out Barrio on Google Fonts here.
4. Finger Paint
This would be a great font for a mommy blog or a children’s blog!
Check out Finger Paint on Google Fonts here.
5. Fredericka the Great
Check out Fredericka the Great on Google Fonts here.
This is probably my favorite one on the list. Thinking about using it for my lifestyle blog.
Check out Megrim on Google Fonts here.
7. Mountains of Christmas
Check out Mountains of Christmas on Google Fonts here.
8. Rock Salt
Another one of my favorites on the list.
Check out Rock Salt on Google Fonts here.
Check out Sail on Google Fonts here.
10. Snowburst One
This font is so fun.
Check out Snowburst One on Google Fonts here.
Choosing a statement font can really make your website pop. Remember to use fonts like these as statement makers for headers and headlines rather than for body text.
Be sure to check out Google Fonts and explore their 800+ fonts.
Which font is your favorite?