Print Your Name

Introduction: Print Your Name

Hello fellow creators, today I will show how to make a super cool and super easy decor. I'm hoping this intro will convince you that this project is awesome. This fun project is a very amazing and cool for a piece of artwork on your walls or just a little piece of decor on your desk and if you don't have a printer you can just keep it as a neet background for an iPad, computer, laptop, tablet or phone. Again if you don't have a printer you can always borrow one from a library or school or maybe even a friend's house.

Supplies

this is a very simple project all you need is an electronic such as a computer, laptop, iPad, tablet or phone.

it's optional to print your project at the end. the most important thing Tinkercad, Tinkercad is an app but you can always do your project online at https://www.tinkercad.com/ .

Step 1: Step 1

for step 1 all you need to do is go onto Tinkercad there is a section all the different shapes press the button right above it and it's like a little column and you can see all the different types of shape sections on it and you want to press on the one that says text and numbers and ounce you do that when. Search for the letters of your name or whatever you want to spell and put them on your board.

Step 2: Step 2

step 2 is very simple all you need to do is edit your letters.you can make them different sizes or colors make them look more cool looking.

Step 3: Step 3 : the Very Last Step

step 3, is the very last step, so let's get to it. On this step, all you need to do is put your letters in order. If you love it so much you can print it or if you want it to be your background just take a screenshot if you don't know how to take a screenshot on a computer just press ctrl+shift+window.

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    2 Comments

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    Elaina M
    Elaina M

    1 year ago

    So glad you're having fun using Tinkercad :) congratulations on posting your first instructable :)

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    leamere
    leamere

    Reply 1 year ago

    thanks