While writing notes or sending letters to friends, you might want to add some style to your signature. Here’s how!
1. Write your name on a sheet of paper. What do you like about it? What do you dislike about it? After answering these questions, decide what you want to do with it. You can either start from scratch or just add on to your signature to improve it. (Instead ofcreating a new one.)
2. Get creative. Many fortune tellers say that cursive and print makes your signature unique and it means you love to laugh. Adding shapes, squiggles, and other designs also makes your signature bolder and more entertaining.
3. Do some research. Actually, many people say that your handwriting describes who you are.
- Using letters from other alphabets (Greek, etc;)
- Creating box or bubble letters.
- Tracing your hand or finger on the tip of a letter. (It’s odd; but has been done.)
- Adding flowers or other decals underneath, beside, or above your signature
- You must consult lettering books and articles. They help so much!
- Less is more! Don’t try to make it look too pretty, just enough to catch someone’s eye.
- Signature paper can make your writing stand out… homemade will really show!
- Many teachers don’t appreciate art like this on schoolwork. If you have one who does, lucky you!
- Remember to make your passport signature neat, but absolutely no decorations! Sometimes you might not be allowed to fly to another country because your passport signature has smileys all over it. The same goes for other formal occasions.
- Make sure the signature isn’t too fancy or flamboyant, or people might not be able to read it.
Things You’ll Need
- Tracing Paper