Using your handwriting in digital scrapbooking

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  • #7487

    Cassel
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    Have you ever tried using your handwriting in a digital scrapbook project? Other than printing the digital layout and writing on the finished product, did you know you could convert your handwriting into a font and then “type in your own handwriting”?

    There are two simple FREE online tools that you can use to convert your handwriting into a font. Check out the blog post HERE to see which one I prefer and why. And then, give it a try and show us how you can write “Hello, how are you?” in that font.

    I challenge you! Post it below!

    #7488

    Cassel
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    Here is mine.

    My handwriting in a font

    #7719

    Carol Anne Wall
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    I found a font maker on Android that I was easily about to add to my PC. It’s called iFont.  I’d post a sample, but I can’t get the file to upload.

     

     

    #7722

    Cassel
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    You need to upload an image to your own host or a place like Photobucket if you don’t have a host. Then, you enter the link for the image. Looking forward to see that.

    #7724

    Carol Anne Wall
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    Thanks for the tip Cassell!  Here’s my example.

    [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="566"]Carol Anne's iFont sample Carol Anne’s iFont sample[/caption]

    #7725

    Cassel
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    Carol, do you have the link to access this tool?

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