I love you, but I can’t let you use these fonts any more. This is an intervention.
Scriptina was sooooooooo 2008. It was cool for the very first project you used it on, but it’s not cool now. Also, every nail salon in America has contemplated using it for their logo.
If you don’t think Papyrus is outdated and overused, please look up the meaning of Papyrus at Wikipedia.
Ministry Font Spotlight
OK, now I’m being serious. Please forgive me if I’ve offended you. It wasn’t my purpose, but the fact that you’re reading this far down means I piqued your interest.
You don’t have to use default fonts for everything. There are a ton of great quality fonts that are free to download. Take some time to learn to install them and use them in their appropriate place. If you are a church designer and don’t know about fonts and typography, go to Lynda.com and take their typography course, or go to Barnes and Nobles and read up on the subject.
If you don’t know the following terms, you might need to take a typography course:
Here are some advanced structural type terms to get your feet wet:
Here are a couple Mister Nifty links to help find free alternative fonts: