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Next, get to work laying out your fonts, as seen below, with the Edit Text function.
The nice thing about Picasa is you can increase or decrease the size of your font with one click and drag, and also tilt your words in any direction, whether it’s diagonal or vertical (like the ‘Scrabble’ tiles above). Here’s just an example of a quick ‘Autumn Favorites’ printable I created in Picasa by using different fonts on my computer and changing up the colors for added variety.
Once you familiarize yourself with the tools, you can create any 8” x 10” word art you can imagine, in any color you like, from bus rolls to inspirational quotations to favorite scriptures, and print it at home on your printer.
If you want something larger than 8” x 10” to frame, simply have your local print shop print the larger size for you.
I find sizing your vertical image to 2000 pixels by 2500 pixels works well for 8” x 10” printable art.
To make it easy, you can download this Once you have your high resolution plain white image, you open it in Picasa and begin your creation with the basic font tool.
I got to thinking how easy it really is to create your own free printable word art with free online editing software.
If you want to make your own free printable word art for your home in any color, style and font you love, it’s really easy if you follow a few simple steps. Once you’ve installed your fonts you can get to work creating your own word art, whether it’s your favorite quote or a bus roll of streets or places, your family rules, or a seasonal inspired creation.
*UPDATE: Picnik was closed in April of 2012 but you can use instead, Picnik is closed).
I used the basic triangle in different colors to create this colorful pennant art – a sweet idea for a child’s room.
You want a high resolution image to work with so when you print your art, the fonts are clear and crisp.
If you have a snipping tool, you can simply snag a plain white image (say from Microsoft Word), import it into Picasa, and either export the file and resize it (which is more complicated) or simply use the “Edit in Picnik” tool to resize it.