Creampuff Font is bold but not too fussy, designed by Nick Curtis in 1999, providing inspiration for retro script style. A mover, a shaker, and a money-maker, perfect for those who want to make powerful and elegant designs. The font is well suited for logotypes, bakery, signages, branding projects, headlines, posters, packaging, clothing, brand logos, or any vintage design.
From the above preview, some obscure things, such as the capital “T”, looks like “S” when reading it at the first glance from afar when it is implemented into banners. and the lowercase “z” looks like a stylish number 3. The font is free for personal and commercial purposes.