Here are the fonts that are available for Birth Designs and Bonnie Jean HardWear pieces. Remember, not all fonts will work on all pieces. Check the descriptions and/or options for the items you are interested in for the fonts traditionally available on that piece. Each one is a steel stamp, a single letter, that is pounded manually into what will be a finished item.
All of the fonts are named after Washington state landmarks, towns, and cities. Check out each one below. You can also navigate with the left hand column, by the name.
MAKE SURE YOU CLICK ON THE GREEN LINK WITH THE NAME OF THE FONT TO SEE LOTS OF PHOTOS USING THAT FONT.
(This is critical to see how it “REALLY” looks!)
Anacortes is a mixed case font in a medium size that is both whimsical and readable. It’s super fun for initials, and looks good on almost anything.
Arlington is a small, italic font with a handwritten feel.
Bellevue is a small, elegant font in an all-caps format. It has numbers as well.
Bellingham is a sharp and tiny font that is incredibly clear for its small size.
Buckley is a small, all-caps font with a handwritten twist.
Cascade is a medium, all around typewriter style font. It takes on different looks depending on the finish of the piece. It has numbers as well.
Chinook is a whimsical font with tiny lowercase letters and medium uppercase letters. Super fun font.
Creston is a large modern all caps font. Super sleek and clear, yet fashionable.
Everett is a crisp, non serif font in a medium size. It looks great and extremely readable on almost any piece. It has numbers as well.
Forks is an all caps font with a larger case and a smaller (medium) case. It has a cool Alice in Wonderland type feel to it. Super versatile. More samples coming soon!
Fremont is a medium handwritten font, very popular. It has numbers as well.
Hartline is what I would consider to be a micro-font. It is just 1mm tall, with lowercase being often just .5mm. It is wonderful for small spaces, the inside of rings, etc. It is difficult to read with the naked eye, but possible.
Olympic is a handwritten, italic font in a medium size. It’s one of my all-time most popular, formerly called Exclusive Script. It also has numbers.
Pacific is a small, even, all-caps font that pretty much looks good on any design. It has numbers as well.
Rainier is a crisp, medium and even all-caps font. Suitable for almost any design. It has numbers as well.
A small, even and readable yet slightly whimsical font. Very popular. It has numbers as well.
A medium cursive font that is whimsical and fun. The letters are not designed to be perfectly straight.
Roslyn is a single stroke cursive font with medium lowercase and medium to large uppercase. It also has numbers. It’s quite readable for a cursive.
Seabeck is an upright, cursive that is fairly readable and quite unisex. Upper case is Medium to Small, Lower case is small. It looks great on many pieces. I’ll have a better sample posted soon – this is a great font!
Sumner is a unique font. I had this one custom made, and while the letters are quite small, the tails are long, so it doesn’t fit on all pieces. It has a very elegant, poetic look. Unless requested otherwise, this font is LOWER CASE ONLY.
Tacoma is a black-lettered font in a medium size, with a specific Ye Olde English look to it. Really makes a statement. I do have custom matching numbers for this font.
Vashon is a “curly” font, with a Fairy Tale look. Medium sized. It has numbers as well.
Waterfall is a custom font, with many different letter options, open to artist interpretation. Medium sized. Cursive.
Wonderland is a medium-to-large cursive font that is very readable for a cursive style. Looks great on just about anything. Also great for initials. More examples soon.