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I would be very grateful if someone can tell me the name of this font:

enter image description here It´s very similar to ITC Kristen but not the same. I have spent time looking for it in google but I haven´t found it.

Thank you very much.

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Hi there and welcome to GD - it would be good if you could tell us what resources you have tried. There is a list here, and it will help everyone to save time: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/tags/font-identification/info –  Random O'Reilly Feb 21 at 22:42
    
Unfortunately WhatTheFont doesn't do very well with this, even with the distinctive y and g. –  Andrew Leach Feb 22 at 0:07
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Thank all of you (sorry my bad english). I think i´ve found the font. The name is "She Paints Me Blue". –  user20100 Feb 22 at 0:11
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Looks like that is a perfect match; it would be good if you answer your own question in the "answer"field, and then checkmark it as the accepted answer. –  Random O'Reilly Feb 22 at 0:34
    
Yay @user20100 - good find! Judging from the (albeit quite blurry) reference image, it looks like a minimal stroke has been applied to make the font slightly heavier/bolder. Oh, and here's a link for all those stumbling across this: dafont.com/… –  fk_ Mar 13 at 2:04

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The font is called She paints me blue

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Just seen you found it already :) –  user1149326 Mar 25 at 12:35

i don't know what the font is, it's pretty generic, i looks like you could find it in Dafonts handwriting section http://www.dafont.com/theme.php?cat=603

here's a tool i've used before with good results in identifying typefaces,

http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/

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