I started this one out with just one set of letters - the script font that is Salty Dish Script. But when I finished it, I decided it just wasn't enough! So I used those letters as a base to create Salty Dish Sans, a supporting all-caps font with two tight uppercase sets. You can use each font separately, or bring them together to team up on your project!
Both of the Salty Dish fonts have a ton of punctuation, over 300 accented characters for language support, and of course they've been extensively cleaned and smoothed so they're great for cutting, crafting, and printing at any size!
Salty Dish Script also contains 190 bonus characters in the Private Use Area - alternates, decorative swashes, and a ton of multi-letter ligatures to make sure you have all of the smooth connections you need!
How to Download and Install Fonts from So Fontsy onto Your Computer
Select the font that you would like to purchase or download for free from So Fontsy. Add it to your cart and checkout. The font purchase will appear in the Downloads area of your So Fontsy My Account tab. Clicking the file name on the right side will open up a pop up box asking if you'd like to download the zip file onto your computer. Find the zip folder on your computer (likely in the Downloads folder) and unzip it. Once the file is unzipped you should be able to open the folder which will contain the actual font file - either in OTF or TTF format. To install the font click the font file to begin the installation.
On a MAC:
Font Book should open up. You'll have to confirm that you want to install the font by clicking "Install Font" to begin the installation process. Font Book will ask you if you want to install and warn you if there are any concerns with the file. Once the font is successfully installed on your MAC it will appear in your Font Book list.
On a PC
Unzip the file so you can access the font files. Find the OTS or TTS font file and right click to get the option to "Install". Follow the on-screen prompts. It's that easy!