Here it is… the long awaited post… How to print on sentence strips! I have to say, ever since I figured out how to do this, I have not written on a sentence strip since!
Now I will forewarn you… this will be as easy or as difficult as you make it! If you use the template as is (with the Comic Sans font), it will be relatively easy. If you want to change the font, it will be a bit more difficult.
The poll was a landslide again… and a record 75 votes! Thanks everyone!
Now, without further delay, let’s get started! First things first, click the picture below to download the template!
Now… what if you have a favorite font that you want to use? Let’s talk about how to change the font. Remember, this tutorial is as easy or as complicated as you want to make it… this is the time it gets a bit more complicated. But remember… if you change the font and all of its properties below once, you can save it to use forever!
Thanks for stopping by again this week! Let me know how it goes when you try it!
Since you have to cut the sentence strip in half to print on it, I always store them in laminate envelopes… if you want to see how to print on and laminate your envelopes, be sure to check out these tutorials: