KBWashi Font

by KhrysKreations

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KBWashi
truetype 99 glyphs 100 characters
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    About KBWashi Font

    *This font may be used for ANY free/personal use
    *You may use this font on your personal blog or website; however you must include my button on the site.
    *Any SMALL business commercial use requires a license. This can be purchased through a $5 donation per font. If you would like to purchase a SMALL business license to use ALL KB fonts by Khrys Bosland, a one-time $25 donation can be made. If you would like to confirm that your needs will fit under the Small Business license, please email me at [email protected]
    *You may NOT use this font as a logo or part of a logo without my written permission, as this requires a different license.
    *You may NOT use this font in an iPad/iPhone/Android APP without my written permission, as this requires a different license.
    *If you are a LARGE business/ad agency/media company/etc. interested in using my fonts in your companies ads, brochures, websites, television shows, etc. Please notify me to purchase a large commercial license by emailing me at [email protected]
    *This font is NOT to be sold as is! You may not sell, distribute, or claim the font as your own.
    *These terms of use are subject to change at any time by the font creator Khrys Bosland

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    hevbee
    7 years ago

    Thank you 😄

    Khrys Bosland
    KhrysKreations
    7 years ago

    @hevbee you are so welcome! Thank you 😄

    real name on the net? surely you jest
    viperrific
    almost 6 years ago

    I'm interested to hear about the inspiration for some of your fonts. I mean in some cases it's obvious (Rice-A-Roni, 'nuff said), but in others — like this one — it's harder to tell what inspired you. (And I always like hearing people's stories of how they came up with ideas.)