What are little girls made of? In the 1998 Cartoon Network animated series Powerpuff Girls, we finally found out: it was sugar, spice, and everything nice!
Thanks to creator Craig McCracken and then Hanna-Barbera (now Cartoon Network Studios), 90s kids will always remember the little girls who enjoyed saving the day – while still managing to look cute in every way.
Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice
Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are three kindergarteners who live in the fictional city of Townsville. Their father, a scientist named Professor Utonium, accidentally created them in his lab while he was experimenting. This gave them their superpowers.
The mayor often calls upon them to save the city from monsters and other crimes. Every episode varies in theme: from everyday challenges that the girls need to overcome, to a little bit of pop culture influences as well as parodies.
Cute Powerpuff Girls Fonts
If you’re looking for something to spice up your kid-related designs, you can choose between two Powerpuff Girls inspired typography. There’s Powerpuff designed by Neale Davidson, which looks just like the popular animation logo. Then there’s Powerpuff Girls by Tom White that has sharper corners, perfect for when you want something edgier.