If you’re itching to make some printable art, t-shirt designs, or other graphic design projects, you’ll love this patriotic font collection! Get ready to celebrate Independence Day in style.
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Free Patriotic Font Options
You know how much I love using fun and creative fonts to make all types of free printables! Well, with the 4th of July coming soon, I thought I’d load up on fabulous free fonts for some patriotic projects.
Below, you’ll find everything from Americana style icons to fonts with flag motifs.
Just slap some red, white, and blue colors on these, and you can make everything from vinyl t-shirts to printable art.
Note: By clicking the buttons below each font, you will be redirected to download the font to your computer. Happy font surfing!
Instead of purchasing fireworks graphics, you can grab this amazing patriotic font! It replaces icons for letters (similar to the wingdings we all know). Below I’m showing just a fraction of the “clipart” options included.
Here’s a font that would make the perfect t-shirt design, especially for kids! The center of the letters will show the background color, so it’s perfect for a white shirt or mug.
How fun are these letters?! I love the how they resemble sparklers. It would be the perfect font to advertise an Independence Day celebration.
This collection of star graphics has everything from a classic, solid star to more rustic, Americana-style star. Use it in combination with other patriotic fonts to create the perfect design for 4th of July, Memorial Day, Veteran’s Day or President’s Day.
Stars and Stripes
This is my favorite flag-inspired font! Capital letters display as solid letters with stars inside, while lower-case letters show as striped characters. You can mix and match to your heart’s desire!
God Bless America
We had to have some script fonts in the mix! This cursive font would look great on its own or when paired with a simple sans-serif font like the Americana font below.
Is it just me, or does this remind you of the Liberty Bell? Something about this CF American font makes me think of our forefathers and the constitution. It’s a class Americana choice.
I couldn’t resist this pretty script font that has some of the letters filled in (like the “d” below). Apparently, that “hole” part of a letter is called the “counter.” (Learned something new today.)
Janda Sparkle and Shine
Here’s another great font for kid-related projects! This Sparkle and Shine font has the same charm as the Peanuts cartoon. It’s just, plain fun.
You could do so many darling projects with this starry font, and not just for patriotic projects! You can use this font to make a stencil with your child’s name or to print labels or gift tags. Oh, the possibilities!
When you simply need an image of a flag or the outline of the United States, this is your font. Below I typed the lower-case letters “abcde” to create the images.
This is the type of font that stands alone to make a t-shirt design. You can also use it to personalize items for the kids. It has a Chuck Taylor All Star vibe, IMHO.
If I had to pick one favorite patriotic font (but please don’t make me!), this might be it. Bodie MF Flag has all the fun of a Pixar movie packed into an Independence Day theme.
I suppose if someone were to create an official “American donut”, it would look something like this font. I love how curvy and plump these letters look, and I’m scheming up a project to put this font to good use.
Does this font remind you of anything in particular? If you pay me a dollar, I’ll tell you (wink). If you want to have some fun, try looking for George Washington in some of the other wingding fonts I’ve shared, and pair it with this United States font.
For a more cartoonish version of a font with star cutouts, try this Fireworks Kid collection. I could see a lot of possibilities using this for a children’s craft project like a t-shirt or hat.
Here’s another flag-related font that feels a little Old Navy in style. You can make some cute signs to decorate your home for the 4th of July with this Star Spangled font.
While this sans-serif font doesn’t scream “patriotic,” I think it would be great when paired with the American Signs font above. Can you picture the two together on a t-shirt or mug?
Walter Goes to America
Here’s a fun, quirky font that would be great for making a kid’s t-shirt using a Cricut or Cameo machine!
This is another one of my favorite flag-inspired fonts. I think it’s simple and classy, yet fun! It’s another great design for a Cricut or Cameo heat-transfer-vinyl project.
I actually used this patriotic font to create my own designs for 4th of July family t-shirts. (I plan to share a tutorial very soon.) You simply type the letter that corresponds to the desired graphic and resize it to your liking.
More Free Fonts to Enjoy!
- Free Fall Fonts to Download
- The Best Free Thanksgiving Fonts
- Free Christmas Fonts for Cricut and Cameo Projects
Notes About Downloading
Before you launch into making new projects, please remember I’m sharing these FREE fonts for you to enjoy for personal use projects.
The artists who created these assets may have options to buy a commercial license, which you would need to sell your work on Etsy or anywhere else.
Also, you can get each patriotic font for free at the time of this publication. Sometimes things change, though, without me knowing. (Gotta love it!) All the more reason to hop to it!