Free Script Fonts With Multiple Glyph Styles – Part 3

A few years ago, I started a series of posts about free fonts with glyphs. I've always been in awe of those lovely extras hidden in many fonts that can elevate any design in a flash. With this being a little fun project of mine with no client deadlines, I was excited to explore away all the new fonts to find the ones that have decorative alternatives for letters, numbers, and special symbols. This project evolved and branched out quite unexpectedly from an introductory post on how to access and use glyphs to articles about the script fonts with glyphs for commercial use . Of course, I could never stop searching for perfection, so here comes another list of script fonts with glyphs for commercial use. With thousands of fonts available online, I have yet to find my perfect typefaces.   GLYPHS These fonts come with dozens of beautiful alternatives – glyphs. The best way to access them is to use the software that supports OpenType features, such as Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop.

The Most Christmas Decorated Homes in Galveston's East End

The East End Historic District in Galveston is a Christmas gold around the holiday season. Stunning Victorian homes are all decked out in beautiful lights, traditional garlands, fresh wreaths, and Christmas decor.


With many elaborate historical details, pastel colors, and ornate trims on facades, these magnificent homes don't need much work to be festive. They are a sight to behold in themselves. 
 
Displays of artfully decorated front porches start spreading Christmas cheer right after Thanksgiving. Iconic nutcrackers, meters of classic garlands, and red bows galore adorn almost every facade.

Many homes remain decorated during the 12 days of Christmas through January 6, The Epiphany. But regardless of the season, there's plenty of historic colorful homes all year round to explore. 
 

Frederick William Beissner House 

1702 Ball St., Galveston, TX 
 
Arguably, it's the most beautiful and elaborately decorated house on the block.  What a ray of sunshine!
 
Galveston East End


Christmas House in Galveston

 

 

Isaac Heffron House

1509 Postoffice Street, Galveston

You cannot make your porch more inviting than decorating it with evergreen garlands and red bows. Complementary blue and green with a splash of red is a perfect color combo.

Galveston East End

Galveston East End


 

 

George Fox House

1402 Ball Street, Galveston, TX 

This majestic house looks like it could belong to The Red Queen herself from the Lewis Carroll's fiction.

Galveston East End



 

 

1426 Market St, Galveston

Not a very orthodox way to decorate the entryway for Christmas, but oh my, if those pink pastel roses are nothing but a nod to a Victorian era. If there’s a flower, it screams Victorian and the secret beauty language every Victorian was fluent at. 

I can only imagine how pretty their Christmas tree is if matched to the pink flowery theme.

Galveston East End

 

 

1302 Post Office St, Galveston, TX

I must confess, it's a warm-toned pink exterior and not the decor itself that I couldn't resist. Doesn't a charming pink facade make everything look another-era festive?

Galveston East End


 

 

The 1868 Charles and Susan Hurley House

1328 Ball St, Galveston, TX

Nestled amongst the old oaks, this imposing house is a classic beauty, conjuring up the images of an ancient Greek temple with white columns and symmetrical forms. Perhaps it would be a crime against good senses to overdo it with the Christmas decor. Less is more.

Galveston East End

Galveston East End







Christmas House in Galveston



Christmas House in Galveston

Christmas House in Galveston
 

The best of two worlds – a beaded Palm tree from the Mardi Gras season and a nicely decorated front porch for Christmas. Can it get any more festive than that?

Christmas House in Galveston

Christmas House in Galveston

 

The Historic Easter Egg Cottage
1709 Ball St, Galveston, TX 77550

Christmas House in Galveston

 

1016 Church St., Galveston, TX

Christmas House in Galveston

 

On top of Christmas decor, you can also enjoy the "Where Have All The Flowers Gone" tree sculpture on the corner. After Hurricane Ike hit Galveston in 2008, there was little left intact on the island, including the woody plants. Since then, local artists have been turning dead trees into elaborate sculptures.

Galveston's Historic Home



Christmas House in Galveston, TX

 

That's the porch I'd more than enjoy sitting on.

Christmas House in Galveston, TX

 

 

 

 

 

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