Cart

$79.95

Made for 5″X7″ and larger hoops, these amazing freestanding interactive designs include a snowflake generator that can create millions of possible designs, an ornament cover creator to add lace to your favorite ball ornaments, and designs that make customizable freestanding reindeer, each with options that mean every reindeer can have a different style and attitude, along with Santa’s sleigh with its own style options. Add to that a freestanding lace alphabet and additional bonus designs, and you have everything you need to create a wonderland of thread for your holiday decorations this winter.

This introductory pricing won’t last forever!

Note: Coupons do not apply to this special introductory price.

Gift this product

Do you know someone who would love this? Buy them a gift card for the amount of this product!

Gift this product
SKU: X1C10 Categories: ,

This amazing design collection contains incredible freestanding interactives! They load like regular designs, but with the click of a button or the change of a setting on the ‘Interactive’ tab, these designs generate millions of creative variations. See the additional ‘How To’ tabs to learn more about these incredible designs and the projects you can create with them!

Can any design in your collection do this?

The Snowflake Generator interactive can make thousands of freestanding snowflakes, complete with a randomizer button; each click brings you a new combination of hubs, stems, and tips to create a custom snowflake, or you can select from the available parts to craft your own.

The Ornament Cover interactive lets you create snowflake-styled toppers and covers that toggle together without additional hardware to wrap around spherical ornaments, all you have to do is specify the size of your globe ornaments and click away!

Most impressive among the interactives are the free-standing lace Reindeer and Sleigh; with each of Santa’s Reindeer represented with unique antler shapes, body positions, Rudolph’s red nose, and even the ability to tilt each head to create a unique team of tiny reindeer. Pair these with a customizable sleigh with dimensions and decorations you can change for a made-to-order addition to your mantle or a treasured centerpiece for your table.

What would your reindeer look like?

Add to these amazing designs a lace alphabet with holly accents that can be run either freestanding or on your favorite decor and a small collection of bonus designs, including a layered 3D poinsettia, a freestanding Christmas candle, a candy-cane accent piece, and a small spray of holly.

Click here to see all the letters in the Holly Lace font!

With all these designs and options, you could decorate everything!

Embrilliance Christmas Traditions Interactive Design Library

The freestanding poinsettia’s layered look is a stunning addition to this lacy collection.

 

How To - Snowflakes

How To – Snowflake Generator

Merge in the Snowflake design, select it in the object tree, and it’s time to play!

The Snowflakes are freestanding embroidery, but can also be stitched on fabric.

But its real charm shows when you stitch it out all by itself! What’s it for? It can be used for a novel coaster, as a pin for a blouse, or on a hat or as a decoration for just about anything.

To paraphrase a popular TV commercial, “Betcha can’t stitch just one!”

You have a lot of control over your snowflakes. Make a six-pointed or a twelve-pointed one, which are two common types in Nature’s own snowflakes.

Also, if you want to stitch out snowflakes that are real big, you can separately save the hub and spokes.

First, set the size of the snowflake that you want. You do this by dragging the “Size” control.

Next, you can generate a random snowflake using the “Make a Random Snowflake!!!” button. If you want to make a cus­tom snowflake, you can use the remaining controls to mix and match the hub, mid sections and tips to suit your taste and project.

If you want a smaller snowflake, you can also turn off the mid sections or tips. This can be useful when making a snowflake button cover, earring, etc. In addition to the Ornament Cover project, snowflakes can be made to cover ornaments as well – the first Hub will cover the spout. This gives you more options!

Note on 12 point snowflakes: Some Mid sections and tips will overlap. This is not a problem normally and typically pro­duces a very pretty result. Take a little extra care with metallic threads, however, as they may break more easily. Lower the tension and speed, and you’ll most likely have a perfect stitch out.

Buttoning the tips together can be done easily if you match tips with loops to tip that are balls. This works just like the orna­ment covers.

Have fun, Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!!!

How To - Ornament Covers

How To – Ornament Cover Generator

Christmas Traditions features a project that creates heirloom-style Christmas Ball Ornament toppers and covers.

 

The ornament cover is composed of a top and an optional bottom piece. The two button together as shown to cover a ball:

The top and bottom components are stitched separately because they are typically as large or larger than the size of a single embroidery field. To created a fully covered ornament, create one of each, selected by the control labeled ‘Component’.

The Ball diameter is an important control! If you purchase mass-produced ornaments, the diameter is usually printed on the
packaging. Typical sizes range from 2” to 4”. As there are many manufacturers of these, and some are hand-blown, the diameter of
Christmas balls varies greatly. To ensure a nice fit, double check the measurement of your ornament. One easy way is to put the ornament between two books, then measure the space between the books. Once you know the diameter, slide the “Ball diam” control until the measurement matches.

Remember that some thread actually shrinks when wet, while others can stretch. If it is practical for your ornament, go ahead and button the ornament cover onto the ornament before rinsing, or while still wet. This will help the ornament cover to form to the ball contours.

The ornament will typically have a top hole or spout, which is where the ornament was blown into, creating the ball shape. This
hole needs to be measured similar to the way you measured the ornament itself. This is because the Hub of the ornament cover will
need to fit over the spout. You set this size using the “Hub diam” control.

Notes on buttoning covers together:

1.) The loop at the tip may need to be expanded slightly by pushing a pair of tweezers or a ball point pen into it. This is because the loop will shrink when it gets wet, but  you do want to keep the tightness.
2.) Keep going. Sometimes it seems like it won’t fit until you’re done. The spokes have to be straight and stretched.
3.) If you have trouble with handwork, increase the Ball diameter slightly. This will make it easier for the cover to fit. If
you make it a bit too big, then you can always glue the ball into the loop tightly.
4.) Don’t be afraid to use a tool. Tweezers or needle nose pliers can be helpful, especially whe using thick threads such as metallics.
5.) Remember that the tighter it goes on, the nicer the finished product will look.

 

Randomly-designed ornament covers can be made by repeatedly clicking the “Make a Random Cover!!!” button. This
will not change your sizes, but chooses from a nice selection of tips, hubs and connective elements to create a random design.

There are millions of possibilities!

If you want to choose from the elements yourself to design your own cover, you can slide the Hub, Mid1, Tip1 and Tip 2 controls until you find a design combination that you like. Note that the Hub for the top is predefined and you cannot choose it; it needs to go over the spout. Also, the Mid 2 is predefined so that it does not interfere with the Mid 1 sections.

It’s always fun to see one of the prototypes

How To - Reindeer and Sleigh

How To – Reindeer and Sleigh

Part 1: Reindeer

Reindeer and Santa’s Sleigh are fun images of Christmas. Here we’ll construct the reindeer.

Christmas Traditions includes a project that consists of Santa’s nine reindeer, which you select in the dialog window:

You stitch the reindeer out in five components, each of which is its own stitch file. Of course, you can customize all the pieces into a single file if you have a large enough hoop.

The head can rotate to make the reindeer look up or down:

As you select each reindeer, you’ll see that they are all in slightly different poses and antler combinations. So each one is actually different.

Once you have the pieces embroidered, you’ll have to attach them. We recommend doing this while the reindeer are slightly damp (not wet!) and still pliable.

What you’ll need:
• A sewing machine
• Hot glue gun
• Pipe cleaners (or similar)
• Something to cut the pipe cleaner

Steps to assemble your reindeer:

1.) Stitch the body panels together. We recommend using a narrow triple zig-zag stitch. Start at the front, where the shoulders come together. As you get toward the rear end, you will notice that you are ‘easing’ the sides together, gathering the body up into a bowl shape. Keep sewing until your stitching catches the tail. This easing is what makes the nice 3 dimension rounded shape on the back of the reindeer.

2.) Glue or sew the head sides together. If you get a nice tight joint behind the nose, it stands out better. The head is created in two sides for a couple purposes:

a.) It gives the reindeer two ears.
b.) It add stability needed to hold the antlers.

3.) Slide the assembled head in between the body panels. Make sure to fit the head all the way into the body. The front of the neck should be flush with the front of the body. If you don’t get it set right, the scarf may not fit.

4.) Hot glue or stitch the head to the body, from the inside.

5.) Hot glue the antlers onto the head and button on the scarf.

6.) Hot glue some pipe cleaners onto the legs. This provides the stiffness needed to let your reindeer stand.

Part 2: Sleigh

Santa’s sleigh is a fun, but larger, design. it can be made with varying widths and styles.

Everyone knows that Santa’s reindeer are working animals – at least one night a year! And they would feel bad coming to your home without their sleigh. So here it is! The sleigh has options for the look of the side panels, and the sleighbed can vary its width for the purpose of accommodating various shelf spaces and functions.

Here is the control panel for the sleigh:

Here, you’ll see the design for the sleigh bed. The two extra buttons go toward the front, and act as a points to tie onto – perhaps hitching the reindeer with some ribbon.

To assemble your sleigh, stitch out a right side, a left side and a sleigh bed. Then button the sleigh bed into the sides. You will probably want to stiffen the sleigh and strengthen the side panels. Start by flattening everything out, once rinsed.

Normally we would prefer to use colorful or metallic pipe cleaners, but due to the COVID19 pandemic we were unable to obtain them.

Bend some wire or pipe cleaners to shape, and hot-glue in.

Sometimes you will need to push the ‘buttons’ through the buttonholes with tweezers or similar.

You can see we added a number of pipe cleaners for strength.

 

Specs / Installation

BX Installable Fonts

These fonts and designs are included in a standard BX installer and will install under the name “Christmas” added to the font name in your fonts list.

If you have already installed an Embrilliance Platform program and have already unzipped any compressed files, you can simply double-click the .BX installer file or drag and drop the .BX file’s icon into the main design window in your Embrilliance Platform. You will then see a window pop up to confirm your installation and be asked for your serial number to verify your purchase.

The video below contains further information on how to install and use a BX file in Embrilliance Express.

How to access your Designs

The Christmas designs are accessed by clicking the ‘Merge Design’ tool. They are located under the ‘Embrilliance: Christmas’ library.

Click the merge design icon in the right hand segment of the menu bar to be taken to the library view.  In the upper left hand side of the Library window, select the ‘Embrilliance: Christmas‘ catalog to see the included designs as shown below.

 

Embrilliance Christmas Traditions Interactive Design Library

Can I sell what I make with this design collection?

You are allowed to sell the stitched objects you create, but not designs derived from the collection. If you have the interactive designs loaded, head up to ‘View’ in the main menu and click ‘About this page…” for the copyright notice. It reads as follows:

Christmas Traditions
Copyright (c) 2020
embrilliance.com
Designs or their elements may not be resold in any form except as embroidered goods.

You’ re viewing: Christmas Traditions Interactive $79.95
Add to cart

Font Collection 2

2 Color Varsity

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789 !&’,-.?
Minimum recommended size: 25mm
Maximum allowable size: 51mm

2 Color Varsity font

Brand Iron

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;=?
Minimum recommended size: 15mm
Maximum allowable size: 40mm

Exotic

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !$%&()*,./?~
Minimum recommended size: 15mm
Maximum allowable size: 80mm

Comedy

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;?
Minimum recommended size: 9mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

comedy

Florida

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 20mm
Maximum allowable size: 90mm

Frisco

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 15mm
Maximum allowable size: 90mm

Full Block

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size 9mm
Maximum allowable size: 200mm

Hobo

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !”$&'()+,-.:;?
Minimum recommended size: 10mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Kids

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 25mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Leaf

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 17mm
Maximum allowable size: 80mm

Lilith

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 25mm
Maximum allowable size: 200mm

Mel Script

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;=?
Minimum recommended size: 17mm
Maximum allowable size: 75mm

Pearl

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !$&’,-.=?
Minimum recommended size: 10mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Reggae

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !*&'()+,-.:;?
Minimum recommended size: 15mm
Maximum allowable size: 40mm

Scarboro

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;=?
Minimum recommended size: 13mm
Maximum allowable size: 60mm

Mel Script

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;=?
Minimum recommended size: 17mm
Maximum allowable size: 75mm

Shadow

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789 ‘,-./
Minimum recommended size: 15mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Studio

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 13mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Tackle Twill

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 60mm
Maximum allowable size: 200mm

Advanced Stitch Properties

Control satin and fill density, adding or removing 25% within each color layer in any stitch file.  Separately adjust satin and fill stitching for fine-grained density control.

Knockdown Stitches™

When sewing on terry or any fabric with loops and nap, generally a topping stabilizer is used. These can be helpful, but have a limitation: They do not hold down the nap past the actual stitch, which means outlines can be lost in the surrounding fabric. Using Knockdown Stitches™ you can create a global underlay for the entire design. The underlay extends a few millimeters past the edge of the design, which helps the overall effect.

When sewing on terry or any fabric with loops and nap, generally a topping stabilizer is used. These can be helpful, but have a limitation: They do not hold down the nap past the actual stitch, which means outlines can be lost in the surrounding fabric. Using Knockdown Stitches™ you can create a global underlay for the entire design. The underlay extends a few millimeters past the edge of the design, which helps the overall effect.

Our new Parameterized Knockdown lets you alter the distance the Knockdown stitch extends from the design, the density and length of the stitching, and even offers a new Bidirectional option to create a mesh-like foundation of stitching for the most difficult knits and high-pile fabrics.

The automated Knockdown tool is exclusive to Embrilliance Enthusiast.

Density Adjustment

Adjust density in a block of stitches, either manually or with the help of the Project Advisor!

With Embrilliance Density Repair Kit, you can select one or many color layers and use either a simple slider to adjust manually, or adjust the entire design with the use of the Project Advisor! Seen above is the same stitch file design, manually tuned for lower and higher densities.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Stitch Editing

Select an element from any stitch file with the lasso, rectangle, or paintbrush selection tool. You can move, remove, rotate, copy, paste, recolor and re-use any part of your design, any way you like! From a simple alteration to a complete design makeover, Enthusiast lets you make the most of your design collection!

Select a block of finished stitching and convert it to Satin, 2 and 3 column split satin, or fill stitching. Perfect for those too-long stitches that slow down your work when scaling up text and monograms!

Embrilliance Enthusiast lets you remove erroneous jump stitches with 2 clicks!
Embrilliance Enthusiast lets you remove erroneous jump stitches with 2 clicks!

Hate those excess jump stitches in your favorite stock design? In 2 clicks, they can be converted to tied-off trims!

Is your satin stitch border leaving gaps? Select the edge with the lasso tool and drag the Compensate slider to the right, and watch your border stretch to cover the gap!

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Multiple Hooping

With Enthusiast, you are not limited to the built-in multi-position hoops. You can split designs with existing hoops, edit their properties, or create your own custom hoops.

In the first image, we see this coat of arms design placed in a multi-position hoop, but it is still a single design object. Using the ‘Split into Hoops’ tool, Enthusiast creates a news design page with two or more design objects, ready to verify or edit.

Embrilliance Enthusiast intelligently splits designs for multi-position hoops, hiding the seams between the splits as much as possible. On saving, each portion of the design with its attending basting box is output to a separate stitch file.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Baste Hoop

While Essentials can add basting to designs, Enthusiast will create a basting stitch run that follows the inside of your hoop to secure the entire hoop area.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Precise Position

Enthusiast’s controllable precise position display gives you the exact location of any design  related to the center of the design page. With Left, Center, and Right buttons for the X axis and Top, Center, and Bottom buttons for the Y axis, you can place any design exactly where you want it based its corners and midpoints, great for precisely tiled layouts.

With the Left and Top buttons set on the X and Y axis respectively, the display on the menu bar (shown inset for clarity) shows the position of the upper left corner of the design.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Mirror X 4

Mirror your design 4X to create easy corner designs, spaced horizontally and vertically according to the measurements you determine. The designs can also be rotated to a set angle.

Take corner designs and perfectly set them in all four corners of the embroidery hoop.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Instant Repeat

Enthusiast lets you repeat a single design in a grid set to a given number of repeats and spacing.

With stagger percentages added to flipping and mirroring alternate designs, complicated wallpaper surfaces can be created.

Tiling patterns are easy to make with Enthusiast's instant repeat.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Carousel

Enthusiast’s Carousel allows you to take a single design or object and create multiples along a circular or oval path, rotating them automatically for stunning borders and arrangements.

Flip alternating repeats, turn off auto-rotation, set your own rotation angle, or rotate the entire arrangement around the center to create various circular arrangements from the same embroidery design, and all in one step.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Scatter

The Scatter tool in Embrilliance Enthusiast lets you quickly create randomized patterns for all-over embroidery. You can specify the overall width and height of the scatter area, whether or not the design rotates and mirrors randomly, and set the minimum and maximum sizes as well as the spacing between the designs.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Save Image

Enthusiast saves high-resolution transparent PNG files, great for printing and mock-ups.

Place your transparent embroidery preview images into your favorite graphics software for quick and easy virtual samples on images of your decoratable garment or accessory.

Embrilliance Enthusiast: Thread Editor

Beyond the Essentials palette creator, the Embrilliance Enthusiast editor lets you make your own embroidery thread brand charts and even pick colors directly from web pages or PDFs.

The color grabber tool will let you click in any window and pick up whatever color is under the cursor. This is very useful when you are building a thread palette from a document such as a .pdf or a thread manufacturer’s webpage. If you want to adjust the color visually, use the HSV (Hue, Saturation, Value) sliders until you get a color that you like.

Advanced Sizing Controls

Includes Sensitivity controls to adjust for the discovery of fills and satin stitches, Gap Reduction to help reduce gaps between adjacent areas when you upscale designs, and stitch length filters to avoid overly long, loopy stitches and tiny stitches that are too closely crammed together.

Merge Designs

Using the Merge Design tool, Embrilliance Essentials lets you preview designs and insert them into your design page, even from Zip files!

Resize with Stitch Calculation

Scale designs up to 250% or down to 50% of their original size while maintaining the same density as the digitizer intended. Small designs won’t be too packed and large designs won’t be too sparse if you resize them with Essentials!

As you can see in the image above, the density (space between lines of stitching) is the same in both the original size and the upscaled version at twice the size.

Colorize Embroidery Designs

Using Embrilliance Essentials, you can add colors even to designs that aren’t stored with color formats, saving the results in the versatile .BE working file format. You can even add simulated previews of applique material as shown in this example.

With a single click, you can convert the existing colors saved in any design into your favorite thread brand.

Add Lettering to Embroidery Designs

Embrilliance Essentials lets you add text to design with multiple lines of lettering and specific multiline controls.

Along with adding single words or lines of text, you can use a multi-line mode with specific controls for line spacing.

Monogram Font in Embrilliance Essentials

Under single-line text, monogram fonts properly mapped for Embrilliance automatically select the correct character for the placement in the monogram without typing special codes.

Embrilliance allows you to easily type text on a circular path.

Switch to circle text and you can type text around any circle, just set the radius to your chosen measurement and decide where the text will sit on the baseline. Circle mode also lets you wrap long lines of lettering into a spiral!

Modify Lettering

Shows multiple single-click text and monogram modifications you can do with Embrilliance Essentials

Embrilliance Essentials’ built-in quick styles can convert letters from any font into a stylish monogram or shaped text in an instant!

Displays Embrilliance's Text tools for Slant, Curve, and Spacing

The Slant, Curve, and Space tools allow you to reshape and style your text with simple sliders to create new treatments. You can even adjust multiple sliders on the same lettering object!

Project Advisor

Shows the Embrilliance Essentials Project Advisor which helps you select the right materials and explains hooping for your embroidery project.

With Embrilliance Essentials’ Project Advisor, simply select your fabric type, or enter the thickness and stretch of your material and Essentials gives you recommendations for the proper needle, thread, topping, and backing as well as project notes to help you get your best result.

Split Designs

Embrilliance Essentials allows you to split designs over multiple positions using built-in hoop templates for many common multi-position hoops. Embrilliance splits designs in such a way to make the ‘seams’ between positions less noticeable so that you get a smoother finish.

Working Files

Shows the working file format allowing text to be changed in an embroidery file

When you save your embroidery in an Embrilliance Platform native BE working file, you can keep your color selections, add special notes, and change the text you’ve added to your design. With native BE files, you can save your work, alter your additions, and export to a wide range of stitch file types without losing the ability to edit what you’ve added to the design.

Notes

Shows the Notes function in Embrilliance Essentials

Located in the Properties panel, the Notes tab lets you attach notes to specific designs inside of your working file’s design page. You’ll see your notes in the same tab the when that design is selected, and in the ‘About this Page’ option under the View menu.

Create Applique Cut Files

Embrilliance Essentials lets you convert the placement stitch lines from applique embroidery design stitch files into vector shapes you can cut with both home and commercial cutting machines. With a couple of clicks, applique cut files can be saved as .SVG, .PLT, .FCM (ScanNCut) and .studio (Silhouette).

Convert Lettering to Stitches

Easily convert text objects to stitch blocks with 2 clicks.

Embrilliance Essentials lets you convert lettering objects into stitch blocks with 2 clicks.

With Essentials’ Stitch Simulator, you can play back a design and stop at the stitch where you want to insert your color stop or function.

You can create striped text like this using only these simple functions.

Lettering Sequences

Embrilliance’s lettering tool includes built in center-out lettering sequences for stable stitching on cylindrical cap frames.

Special monogram sequences let you set which of the 3 letters will stitch in order, perfect for adding dimension, like making the last name’s initial overlap the other letters for a more prominent finish.

Sequence monograms to leave the center letter on top for dimensional treatments on overlapping letters.

Print Templates

Print properly sized templates and color run sheets from your embroidery designs.

Print 1:1 scale templates  with centering marks and run sheets previewing individual color stops from your embroidery designs.

Christmas Collection 1 - Fonts

Click the preview images to see all characters included in each font!

Holly

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 135mm
Maximum allowable size: 200mm

Holly
 

Holly Simple

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 0123456789
Minimum recommended size: 40mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Simple Holly
 

Curl

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 0123456789 ,.;:
Minimum recommended size: 25mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Bold Cursive
 

Candy Cane

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;?
Minimum recommended size: 9mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Candy Cane
 

Scroll

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 50mm
Maximum allowable size: 300mm

Scroll

Fonts included in Embrilliance Essentials

Embrilliance Essentials includes 12 great object based, scalable fonts.
For full character previews, see the ‘Fonts’ tab on the Essentials Products Page

Bauhaus

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !
Minimum recommended size: 11mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Bauhaus

Block

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 0123456789!”#$%&'()*+,-./:;=>?@[]^_{}’ «»¿„¡€£ßÞÆÀÁÂÃÄÅÇÈÉÊËÌÍÎÏÐÑ
ÒÓÔÕÖÙÚÛÜØÝàáâãäåæçèéêëìíîïðñ øþùúûüýÿòóôöõœŒšŽž
Minimum recommended size: 11mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

Block

Block Condensed

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 0123456789!”#$%&'()*+,-./:;=>?@[]^_{}’ «»¿„¡€£ßÞÆÀÁÂÃÄÅÇÈÉÊËÌÍÎÏÐÑ
ÒÓÔÕÖÙÚÛÜØÝàáâãäåæçèéêëìíîïðñ øþùúûüýÿòóôöõœŒšŽž
Minimum recommended size: 14mm
Maximum allowable size: 68mm

blockcondensedabc

Bold Cursive

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 0123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[]^_{}
Minimum recommended size: 16mm
Maximum allowable size: 75mm

Bold Cursive

Comedy

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;?
Minimum recommended size: 9mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

comedy

Flare Serif

AABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 0123456789!”#$¢%&'()*+,-./:;=?@^’ ¿¡€£¥©®™”“‘’ßÞþÆÀÁÂÃÄÅÇÈÉÊËÌÍÎÏÐÑ
ÒÓÔÕÖÙÚÛÜØŸàáâãäåæçèéêëìíîïðñ øþùúûüýÿòóôöõœŒ
Minimum recommended size: 7mm
Maximum allowable size: 200mm

FlareSerifABC

Jazz

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789 ,.
Minimum recommended size: 15mm
Maximum allowable size: 50mm

jazz

MGM Diamond

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Minimum recommended size: 20mm
Maximum allowable size: 200mm

mgm diamond

Old English

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !”(),./;
Minimum recommended size:16mm
Maximum allowable size: 180mm

Old English

Philly

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !’,.:;?
Minimum recommended size: 15mm
Maximum allowable size: 54mm

Philly

Roman

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789 “*,-.
Minimum recommended size: 17mm
Maximum allowable size: 100mm

roman

Stencil

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789 !”$%&'()*+,-./:;=?
Minimum recommended size: 23mm
Maximum allowable size: 75mm

Stencil

Stuyvesant

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 !&’,-.?
Minimum recommended size: 35mm
Maximum allowable size: 90mm

stuyvesant

University

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
123456789 !”#$%&'()*+,-./:;=?
Minimum recommended size: 25mm
Maximum allowable size: 75mm

University

That’s 14 fonts included, but don’t forget, if you want more native, object-based fonts, there’s Font Collection 1 and Font Collection 2!