Fonts


From block to cursive, nine font types are available. Fonts range in size from 18 point to 72 point. Deciding on a font type and font size will depend on factors such as the length of text to be imprinted and the location of the imprinting.

For more tips, click on Optimal # of Characters and Optimal Imprinting Locations & Diagram.  To view the fonts in their true sizes, click to download Full-Sized-Fonts.pdf.

Size of CAPITAL letters for each font size:  18 point - 3/16”H  |  24 point - 1/4”H  |  36 point - 3/8”H  |  72 point - 3/4”H


Cursive

  • Cursive font upper case letters C, J and S drop below the baseline
  • Each letter of the Cursive font has its own swirls, so this font is not recommended for lines of text in all CAPITAL letters
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18pt

Due to its smaller size, 18 point is most often used for imprinting text horizontally across a spine. This size font is not recommended for imprinting on 12x12 album covers.


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24pt

24 point is a good size for imprinting text anywhere on an album.

Spanish accents are ONLY available in 24 point Cursive.  


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36pt

36 point is most often used for imprinting text on album covers and vertical spine imprinting (down the spine, like a book).


Block

  • Block font upper case letter J drops below the baseline
  • Block is most similar to Times New Roman

Bookman

  • Nine (9) characters is the maximum number of characters per line of text

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24pt

24 point is a good size for imprinting text anywhere on an album.

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36pt

36 point is most often used for imprinting text on album covers and vertical spine imprinting (down the spine, like a book).

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72pt

Bookman is best for short titles on album covers.


Block

  • Block font upper case letter J drops below the baseline
  • Block is most similar to Times New Roman
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24pt

24 point is a good size for imprinting text anywhere on an album.


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36pt

36 point is most often used for imprinting text on album covers and vertical spine imprinting (down the spine, like a book).

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72pt

Bookman is best for short titles on album covers.

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24pt

24 point is a good size for imprinting text anywhere on an album.

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36pt

36 point is most often used for imprinting text on album covers and vertical spine imprinting (down the spine, like a book).

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72pt

Bookman is best for short titles on album covers.

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72pt

Bookman is best for short titles on album covers.


Bookman

  • Nine (9) characters is the maximum number of characters per line of text
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72pt

Bookman is best for short titles on album covers.




News Gothic

  • The News Gothic font is most similar to CM’s Persona Library font for lower spine imprinting

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18pt

Due to its smaller size, 18 point is most often used for imprinting text horizontally across a spine. This size font is not recommended for imprinting on 12x12 album covers.


Gothic #2

  • Similar to News Gothic, except the characters of Gothic #2 are a bit wider

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18pt

Due to its smaller size, 18 point is most often used for imprinting text horizontally across a spine. This size font is not recommended for imprinting on 12x12 album covers.


Style Script

  • Nine (9) characters is the maximum number of characters per line of text

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72pt

Style Script is best for short titles on album covers.



Flash

  • Playful font, used often for school or baby albums
  • Flash 24 point may appear small when imprinted on album covers, so using all CAPs for cover imprinting can make the text appear larger
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24pt


Engravers Bold

  • Engravers Bold is only available in CAPITAL letters; No numbers or lower case letters are available
  • Only 3 of each CAPITAL letter is available for imprinting text
  • Diamonds can be added to separate letters
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24pt


Stellar Bold

  • Bold, all-purpose font used most often for imprinting text on an album cover or vertically down an album spine (like a book)

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36pt

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