Fonts that Have Stars

By Lori Saltis ; Updated September 15, 2017
Fonts with stars are available as decorative type and with letters and numbers.

Fonts with stars are available in a variety of different types. The typeface may be entirely decorative, also known as dingbats, with star shapes or pictures but no letters, numbers or punctuation. The typeface may contain letters with star elements incorporated into the design. Some fonts downloads are free, while others must be purchased.

Altemus Stars

Altemus Stars are three star-fonts created by designer Robert Altemus and available on his website. All three fonts are decorative dingbat fonts with no letters, numbers or punctuation. The first Stars font includes a variety of star points, three to 12, and designs, such as sheriff and air force stars. The Stars 2 font includes jagged, outline and arrow stars. The Stars 3 font includes poker chip, circus and throwing stars. As of October 2010, each font costs $22 or you can purchase the full set of three fonts for $59.

One AM

The One AM font contains characters composed entirely of small stars. Characters include uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers and punctuation, such as the question mark and dollar sign. It is a sans-serif font, meaning the characters don’t contain additional decorative lines you would see in a serif font such as Times New Roman. As of October 2010, the font costs $29.

Starry Night

The Starry Night font uses stars as a decorative element. Characters include uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers and punctuation. A star replaces the dots in the question mark, exclamation point and the lower case “i” and “j.” Other stars are randomly dispersed among the letters, numbers and punctuation. This is a sans-serif font, meaning the characters don’t contain additional decorative lines you would see in a serif font such as Times New Roman. You can download the Starry Night font for free, personal use. For commercial use, the cost is $15, as of October 2010.

SF Star Dust

SF Star Dust is a set of four font-types. These include regular, italic, condensed and condensed italic. Characters include uppercase letters, numbers and limited symbols. Each character is tilted and contains a star outline in the background. This is a sans-serif font, meaning the characters don’t contain additional decorative lines you would see in a serif font such as Times New Roman. SF Star Dust can be downloaded free for personal use. For commercial use, the cost varies according to number of users, from $9.95 for up to five users and $50.70 for a site license, as of October 2010.

Seeing Stars

This is a decorative dingbat font with no letters, numbers or punctuation. Some stars are deconstructed and grungy. Some have sharp outlines. Other stars contain additional design elements such as circles. The Seeing Stars font is freeware, meaning it can be downloaded free for personal or commercial use. Be sure to read the included text file for the full terms of the freeware license.

About the Author

Lori Saltis has been writing professionally since 2009 for various websites. Her writing focuses on topics such as travel, arts and entertainment, and product and service reviews. Previously, she worked in graphic design. She received an Associate of Arts in business from West Valley College.