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You can always design in absolute pixels since your monitor and your devices will never have the same pixel density. For example, you could design everything in xhdpi and therefore maintain the same size throughout. Googles holo templates for example work that way too (but in mdpi). The only difference that you'll experience is that your desktop won't show ...
I'm assuming you're looking for free fonts. You can try these: Vampiro 1: Lobster: Or browse around Font Squirrel for free script, calligraphic, and handwritten type.
You can join creativemarket.com. They've always got new goodies to share, and the pricing will really stretch your gold coins. I'm just like you as far as being a habitual "borrower" of fonts. At one point, I borrowed the entire Adobe library (2000+) from the newspaper :-\ Ironically, there were so many fonts, and so many looked similar to one another ...
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