i probably got them at dollar tree, walmart or fred meyers. you really don't need to buy a font CD though. you can get thousands of free fonts at a bunch of websites. many of my favorite fonts were downloads. it's gotten crazy these days... there's so many fonts it's not funny. one site has 8,000 of them!
if you were to take a couple days of tedious browsing at font sites, you could collect a few hundred awesome fonts. i was surprized by just how many of the ones i'd never seen before were ones that i'd want on my computer, once i get another one anyways.
there are a bunch of junk fonts too, but you can view dozens of fonts at a time at many sites and downloading a font only takes a couple seconds. if anything, the process of unzipping them once you've downloaded them is mind numbingly boring, but you can always save everything you've downloaded to a CD or thumb drive and there might be programs that can unzip a bunch of files at a time. i always used 7zip myself.
i didn't remember the name of the font you were looking for sadly, but i did remember the name of the magazine and it didn't use the font i thought it did either, but this is what i was thinking of, "dynamite"
if you take the time to browse free font sites, you should have no problem finding fonts you like and that would translate well to rhinestones. in fact, i know of at least a couple fonts that are supposed to simulate light bulb marquis signs that would easily translate to rhinestones as well as ones that mimic LED and computer displays.
good luck finding a bunch of great fonts. had i known you were looking for great new fonts, i would have shared the names of many of the ones that impressed me trying to find the one i forgot, but if you do the browsing, you know every font will be perfect for you.
as to helping you out, i have a very logical and socially awkward personality type, but enjoy mental challenges and helping people makes me just a little bit less of a robot.
humor is one of my other social skills.