EDIT: Oopsadaisy. It seems I misspelled “parameters” in the earlier version of the printable. A++ to the grammar sticklers who helped me find it. The graphics have been fixed in this post AND on Scribd. Enjoy the correct versions!
There was a blank spot above the head of my son’s bed in his Super Space Geek Bedroom, so I decided to fill it with a frame collage of quotes. I already had two white frames on hand, so I picked up a few more at Dollar Tree and painted them white to match. I just had to whip up some prints to put in the frames!
To create my son’s name in a Star Wars font, I went to Font Meme and entered his name in the generator. I selected the color and font size I wanted and clicked “Generate.” I was then able to save the image to my computer, and use it as an Overlay in PicMonkey. Then I just resized it to fit an 8×10 frame!
(I totally stole the idea to use this Star Wars quote from this amazing nursery featured on Ohdeedoh.)
I created the other prints in PicMonkey. I just created a colored background using a rectangle overlay. Next, I cropped the background to the size frame I would use (5×7). Then I played with the text tool until I liked the way the words looked. After I was satisfied, I saved it to my computer with the others.
Once I had all my prints saved to my computer, I uploaded them to Walgreens and had them printed off in an hour! Frame them up, hang them, and admire your “hard work.”
If you would like to use the prints I have already created, you can download them from Scribd and print them out yourselves. I am not a professional at this by any means, so I can’t promise that they will print out in professional quality.
Let's be buds.
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