Once the program has started, each food letter will be photographed on a white background such as a poster board or white plate so the Food Font users can share alphabets on the community server. The photographs would then be uploaded to the Food Font website where they would be turned into pictures on the Food Font Design Tool.
This tool will allow users to write with food fonts; align and format spacing; resize, edit and rotate; darken elements and much more. After the Food Font picture is created, users will be able to share through emails and on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and even Pinterest.
Food Font will also have support materials for those who are interested in organizing a Food Font event. The materials will include a photograph tip sheet, alphabet checklist, lesson plans for teachers, and other promotional materials to download and print.
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