Glancing at the letter you may think that someone wrote it by hand, but in reality it was typed using the font Wardzap. Never heard of Wardzap? Me neither…until it was recently created on my computer. Yes, anyone can make their own font for free plus give it a unique name.
The steps to creating the font are pretty straightforward. You can download the font writing template from MyScriptFont.com, handwrite letters on the template using a medium-tip black Sharpie marker, scan and upload the file into the MyScriptFont.com program, and install your personalized font onto your computer software. A very helpful step-by-step tutorial is included through the link below.
There are so many uses of this–personalized letters, cards, flyers, school reports, invitations and more. What a unique way to encourage creativity through technology!