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Ransom Note Generator

I was looking for an easier way to simulate a news-clipping style of note for a pre-reading exercise for Hamlet today and came across the Ransom Note Generator.  It takes any line of text you give it and converts it into the style of ransom note made from magazine and newspaper clippings.  Unlike fonts that try to do the same, the generator will use different images for the same letters, should they repeat, meaning that no two letters come out looking quite the same.

The only downside to the site is that it doesn’t give an option to download the entire note, but you can take a quick screen capture or share the link to distribute your note.



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Posted by on March 26, 2012 in Resources