SLF Casual Script Font


Pazzles Casual Script Single Line Font with instant download. Compatible with all major electronic cutters including Pazzles Inspiration, Cricut, and Silhouette Cameo. Design by Leslie Peppers.

Single Line Font: Casual Script

A new addition from Single Line Fonts, this new script has clean lines and an easy flowing feel. Add it to your font collection for cardmaking, foil quill, pen tool designs, engraving and embossing.

Pazzles Casual Script Single Line Font with instant download. Compatible with all major electronic cutters including Pazzles Inspiration, Cricut, and Silhouette Cameo. Design by Leslie Peppers.

Use for Journaling, Foil Quill, Embossing, and Engraving

Handmade cards have an elegant handwritten style using SLF Casual Script. Use in journaling and on scrapbook pages as well!

Because this of this font’s many extended characters, it can be used in a wide range of languages.

Pazzles Casual Script Single Line Font with instant download. Compatible with all major electronic cutters including Pazzles Inspiration, Cricut, and Silhouette Cameo. Design by Leslie Peppers.

I hope you enjoy this font as much as I loved creating it for you!

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Pazzles Casual Script Single Line Font with instant download. Compatible with all major electronic cutters including Pazzles Inspiration, Cricut, and Silhouette Cameo. Design by Leslie Peppers.

This Pazzles exclusive font is available for purchase to all and for FREE to Craft Room Members for the first month. After one month, the font will be available for purchase ONLY.

Font formats include a special version for FontLab Pad. This is a super-easy method which allows you to create true single-line files for use in InVue and other programs which use SVG files. To see instructions for all formats, including how to use the new FontLab Pad version, click this link.

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7 thoughts on “SLF Casual Script Font

  • ajay5156_

    Hi I can’t find how to get Leslie Beautiful new font. It says Its available until the 30th for Members well I’m a member and nothing happens with click on pink part of here page. Can someone help me please. Thanks Vicki Brown

  • lesliescraps Post author

    Hi Vicki! This font was released in March of this year, and was free for Craft Room Members for a one month period at that time. It can still be purchased here 🙂

  • jeannieluke

    I purchased SLF Casual Script font but don’t know how to get it into the font list on my InVue.

  • lesliescraps Post author

    Hi Jeannie! You can use both the ttf and the OPF versions in InVue! Did you receive an instructions document with the zip file?

  • jeannieluke

    No there were no instructions. I will try to past the snip-it that shows what my email said. Thank you for your purchase. Please click on the link(s) below to download your files.Protected: SLF Font: Casual Script
    SLF Casual Script
    Pazzles Craft Room I click on SLF Casual Script and it downloads but I don’t know what to do with it from there.

  • jeannieluke

    I try and open it in: InVue but it doesn’t load into my font collection. I tried to load it to my fonts on my computer but it won’t do that either. I LOVE THE FONT and so want to use it on a birthday card I am making. ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

  • amanda

    Hey Jeannie! Here is a copy of the instructions included with your font on how to install it. It sounds like you have downloaded it but not installed it yet. I hope this helps Instructions For Your Single Line Fonts©™ True Type Format Fonts:

    Installation: Unzip the file you downloaded.
    – On Windows, right-click on the file and click Unzip. The unzipped files will be in the same folder that the zip file is in. Right-click on the font and click “Install”.
    – On MacBooks: Double-Click on the zipped file. Drag the font file to the Font Book. A window will pop up and the font will install. Open your program and use your new font. All our fonts begin with the letters SLF to make them easier to find.