This year we are challenging you to make a alphabet out of some holiday food – from now until January 3rd. Submit the pictures to the Food Font site, and we will send you a Food Font sticker. Your alphabet will be edited and loaded into the Food Font tool which will launch in Winter 2013.
You can print the alphabet checklists, then sit down during or after a holiday meal or work in the kitchen. Do it with your family – or by yourself. Directions, an alphabet checklist, and other information are on the Make a Food Font Alphabet page on this site. You do not need a lot of supplies – just some white plates or a white surface to work on, a digital camera, and some food. Why not play and write with food? (and then eat it!)
Imagine a alphabet made out of candy canes, a chocolate alphabet, or your holiday dinner as an alphabet… then go make it!
For more information or if you have questions – send them to info [at} foodfont [dot] com – or use the contact form on the site.
Good luck, have fun, and try not to eat too much.
Last year the first holiday Food Font alphabet was created. Letters were made out of food from family dinner of Kbaumlier during the meal, from the appetizer until the dessert (which happens to include the family cookie contest.) During the process, the first draft of the Food Font alphabet checklist was made.
Take the challenge and make a Holiday food alphabet!