How to Make Free Glitter Text

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How to Make Free Glitter Text
Use glitter text to spice up your e-mails or website. (winter text image by Nicemonkey from

Glittering text is a combination of text and an animated image. You can use it to spice up a simple page or use it as an e-mail signature or logo on a Web page. You don't have to own an animation software to create glittering text. There are a number of free online options that include glitter effects you can customise. To preserve the animated effect, you should save your text as a GIF.

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    Go to SparkLee (see Resources) and type in the text you want to use as a glitter text. To customise your text, select a font from the "Font" drop-down list or click "Random Text" to let SparkLee pick one for you.

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    Enter the size you want to use for your text.

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    Click the "Pick Color" link to change the "Text Color" or "Back Color" of your text. To allow SparkLee to select a colour, choose "Random Color."

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    Enter the angle you want to apply into the "Angle" text field, or set it to "0" for no angle. Click "Create Glitter Text" to make the text.

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    Go to Family Lobby (see Resources).

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    Type your text into the "Message" text field and select a glitter style from the "Texture" drop-down list. To see the list of available styles, select "View Samples."

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    Pick a text font, font size and style. Click the "Create Text" button to make the glittering text.

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    Go to Glitter Your Way (see Resources) and type your text under "Generate your glitter word."

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    Click the "Style," "Color" and "Size" drop-down list to customise your text.

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    Select "glitter my way!" to create your free glittering text.

Tips and warnings

  • To save the glittering text, right-click on it on your web page and select "Save Image As" or "Save Picture As." A dialogue box opens. Navigate to the folder where you want the image saved. Name the file and click "Save."

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