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How to transfer from computer font to a surface... I have some amazing fonts, what  a great idea!

Custom lettering without a machine for wood: Come Together Kids: How to do Custom Lettering without a Fancy Machine ~ Easily personalize stuff for your kids with this simple little trick

Free Printable Letters! These are 5x7 and so cute! Who doesn't love FREE?

Free Printable Alphabet Baby!! So Fun

Free Printable Letters! These are 5x7 and so cute! Who doesn't love FREE?

Make this a BIG year with BIG Greek pride!

Find sorority and fraternity lettered clothing and gifts, like T-shirts, hoodies and tote bags, at Greek Gear.

SO neat, I had NO idea this was possible! Easy way to transfer ink from paper onto wood for a homemade sign.

How to transfer printed words to wood -- just requires an ink jet printer & a little water. From: diddle dumpling: Tutorial: Vintage-looking painted sign from salvaged wood

right...because I need more fonts like I need a hole in my head.  Lol - but they are sooooooooo addicting!

25 fun fonts for font snobs (all are free! a self-proclaimed font snob.

wax paper over printed text- trace letters with puff paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc. crafts

DIY: Puffy Paint Letters Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc.

Calligraphy is a lettering art that anyone can learn with some practice and…

Creative Calligraphy: A Beginner's Guide to Modern, Pointed-pen Calligraphy (Paperback)

your own handwriting font

DIY: make your own font: if only my handwriting wasn't so atrocious! but for someone who has lovely handwriting or to capture someone (thinking my grandma etc.) is cool idea if it works.

WHO KNEW!! you print out words on basic white paper, but in mirror image form… lay them on the wood… with a damp paint brush wet the paper on top of the words… use the cap of a sharpie to rub on top of the letters to help them transfer … then remove the paper and stand in shock and awe!

You print out words on basic white paper, but in mirror image form. Lay them on the wood, then with a damp paint brush wet the paper on top of the words. Use the cap of a sharpie to rub on top of the letters to help them transfer. Then remove the paper.

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