{apple printable by the grant life}

Hi all! My name is Kelley and I blog over at the Grant life.  Over there I share crafts, recipes, a weekly link party and lots of stories about my two babies.  [Thats my little family after picking blueberries this past week!]

 

I was super excited when Meredith asked me to participate in her back to school series.  I know shes a former teacher turned stay at home momma and I love love love her blog.  So after I said yes I got a little nervous.  My kiddos arent going back to school and I dont know what Im going to write about!

So I decided to cheat and create a printable to share with yall.  [Cheat on a school related post?!  The nerve!]  I used Tagxedo to create an apple shaped word art.

 

Have yall heard of Tagxedo before?  I just recently stumbled upon it and I love it!  Its so fun to play around with a create new word art.  It took me awhile to figure it out so Im going to share a little tutorial on how to use it too.  Dont worry.. I wont give you a test later or anything.

You can create your letter art two ways – put in most of your prefences on the home screen or click ‘Start Here’.  Once you click the ‘Start Here’ this is what your page will look like.

To change the words click the ‘Load’ tab.  [First arrow].
To change the color, theme, font, orientation or layout click the individual tabs by the second arrow.
And to change the shape [you would think this would be first.. go figure] click the ‘Shape’ tab.  [Last arrow].
And because its almost fall and I LOVE all things fall.. Im adding an extra pumpkin printable!  Feel free to use either one.. or create your own!
Thanks Meredith for letting my share with your readers.  If yall get a chance stop on over and say hello!
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Don’t forget!  Today is the LAST day to enter the HUGE back to school giveaway.  I’ll announce the winner tomorrow!

Good luck to all of you!

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Comments

  1. pneu says

    I had NO idea you could make word art online like this! I just spent an hour fooling around on Tagxedo. :) Thanks so much for the link.

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