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Use parenthesis to open and close the frame and underscore for space between words. Hope you like it!
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    Created on 14th May 2008. Last edited on 27th January 2009.
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6 Comments

hm... down to 6.9 from 7.8 with one additional vote. must have been a 1 or a 2... thank you!
Comment by Tobias Sommer (shasta) 16th may 2008
Great concept and nice twist on your Block On set!

Don't be bothered by impossible low ratings, just have fun creating fonts!
Comment by Em42 17th may 2008
totally cool.
Comment by funk_king 6th august 2009
Have you considered making the space open and close each word? The space character could be the equivalent of )(.
Just a suggestion. I like it, anyway. Totally worth the TP.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 23rd december 2010
Brilliant, especially for scrapbooking. Thank you for all the great fonts you have here!
Comment by whilom 3rd january 2011
Top pick? I think so! And well deserved indeed. A beautiful bold design with a somewhat playful taste. 10/10 Love it!
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 4th january 2011

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