What font is this?

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I made this card a while back and would like to recreate it. I probably did the text with Word for Windows on my old computer, replaced in 2010. There's nothing similar on my Word for Mac (2011) and I've been unable to find it on any free font sites. I thought I might have better luck with a font name. Any ideas? Thanks.

q what font is this
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  • NancyMaria NancyMaria on Dec 16, 2016
    I use WordPerfect x7 (old fashion) and the closest I have is AR BLANCA.

  • Nancy Gramm Nancy Gramm on Dec 16, 2016
    Thanks, Nancy. It's close but no cigar. But it gave me the idea to do an image search on handwritten fonts. Hadn't thought of that before. Thanks again.

  • Jace Mattson Jace Mattson on Dec 16, 2016
    Try hand written sans-serif fonts

  • Cbh15335193 Cbh15335193 on Dec 16, 2016
    A great site when guessing fonts is myfonts dot com. They have a section called "WhatTheFont." If the database can't find a match, there's a forum for font enthusiastis and professional designers to offer suggestions.
    If you're open to a bit of change, thehungryjpeg dot com has hundreds of beautiful fonts== many of which are freebies from the designers themselves.
    Another site is CreativeMarket dot com. You might look at "lovestone" "paperbow", or "stringfellows." Good Luck.

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    • PruBelle PruBelle on Dec 19, 2016
      I'm in the graphic design business and I use What the Font ALOT. Great site when brides bring me an inspiration and say copy it. I put it on What the Font and the people on there figure it out. I think it's like a game to them, bragging rights, to figure it out. LOL! I didn't recognize her font.

  • Andrea Brodish Goldberg Andrea Brodish Goldberg on Dec 16, 2016
    It's "Kristi". Find it at 1001fonts.com. Under long decenders, type in the word "matters" and you'll see the match to what you are looking for. Distinguishing feature is the long descender on the "t" and the small loop on top of the script "s"

    • Nancy Gramm Nancy Gramm on Dec 17, 2016
      I think she's got it! Thanks so much, Andrea. I so didn't know you could type in text that way. I'm sure there's a way to narrow the search, but I checked the letters on Kristi and it matches! Again, thanks loads.

  • Betsy Wilson Betsy Wilson on Dec 16, 2016
    Very similar to papyrus

  • Caz Caz on Dec 16, 2016
    i think its closest to euphoria script

  • Nancy Gramm Nancy Gramm on Dec 16, 2016
    Thanks so much. Didn't know any of that and will put it to good use!

  • James James on Dec 18, 2016
    I think this is close. Lucinda Handwriting. It is in my WordPad in Win10.

    • Nancy Gramm Nancy Gramm on Dec 19, 2016
      Thanks, James. It actually turned out to be Kristi, as mentioned by Andrea a couple of days ago. I've now downloaded the free font and remade the card. As always, wonderful Hometalk-ers come to the rescue!

  • Joanie Joanie on Dec 20, 2016
    Try going to your Font and check it out? I don't recognize it. Sorry.

  • Dee Johnston Dee Johnston on Dec 20, 2016
    I found a font called: "Kristi medium" hope this helps

    • Nancy Gramm Nancy Gramm on Dec 20, 2016
      Thanks, Dee. Yes, Kristi was suggested by an earlier commenter and it proved to be the exact font.

  • Donna Donna on Dec 20, 2016
    brick from "the middle" would know, hahahaha