Are you looking for a creative idea for your annual family Christmas letter? If you’d like to “wow” your friends this year with something out of the ordinary, why not try making a holiday letter shaped like a Christmas tree? It’s not very difficult to do, although it does require some effort and maybe a little trial and error. But whether you’ve got an old-fashioned typewriter or a new-fangled word processing program, you can make your Christmas letter look like a tree without needing any special technical skill.
To make your letter in the shape of a tree, you set your text to center alignment and then you a manual return at the end of each line to make each one successively longer than the next. To give it even more appearance of a tree, you can make your font green. Advanced users who have Christmas fonts on their computer or even a font like Zingbats or Wing Dings may want to break up the text by placing colored circles, stars or other objects in the middle of the text to represent decorations on the tree.
For more instructions, see How to Create a Christmas Letter in the Shape of a Christmas Tree at Christmas Letter Tips.com.