Add dimension and depth to your piece by using 2 or more fonts. It might be scary at first, but you'll quickly realize what a jewel you've uncovered once you begin. Using multiple, interesting fonts can turn a black and white, imageless bulletin into something wonderful that the whole church will start talking about!
Begin by using a weightier font for your titles, such as Impact or Arial Black, and a reader-friendly font for your paragraph text, such as Cambria or Times New Roman. Once you feel comfortable, experiment with different header fonts for different articles. For example, use a "fun, wide" font for your children's event and a "elegant, thin" font for your Valentine's banquet.
Once you get started you'll catch the bug and want more and more fonts! Start with a place like www.1001FreeFonts.com (no affiliation) to browse and download free fonts. Then try Google-ing a description of your desired font to get a boat-load of other free and priced options.
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