Julia Cho
Jul 30, 2008

We're pretty old-fashioned. We miss the days of hand-written letters. Well, this definitely isn't the same thing, but you can use your own real handwriting as the text on your computer with We can think of a few ways the little ones in your life might benefit from it as well.

Now, this could backfire, but maybe being able to create their own font on the computer will motivate older kids to practice their handwriting so they'll be happy with their font.

Another use: archiving your child's handwriting as they grow older. It'd be kind of fun to send letters or notes to them in college in their own 8 year-old handwriting.

You can fill out your characters on a template at, scan it, and then preview your handwriting before deciding to download it for $9.

Let us know if you try it!

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