How To Make Bubble Letters in Google Docs [Updated 2024]

| | March 20, 2024

Bubble letters are a fun and whimsical way to add personality to your text. They stand out and can inject a lighthearted, whimsical tone into your Google Docs documents.

This can be particularly effective for documents aimed at children, invitations, flyers, or creative projects.

Using bubble letters or bubble fonts for headings, titles, or important points can draw attention and make them stand out, aiding readability and visual hierarchy.

In this blog article, we will learn how to make bubble letters in Google Docs that leave a lasting impression on your readers.

Let's get started.

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How to Make Bubble Letters in Google Docs

Make Bubble Letters in Google Docs Using Word Art

There are a few different ways to make bubble letters in Google Docs, but the easiest method is to use the Word Art feature.

Using this feature in Google Docs, you can easily make eye-catching bubble letters that will make your text stand out.

Below I have mentioned the step-by-step process to create bubble letters.

Step 1: Open Google Docs

First, you need to open a new document in Google Docs. Go to Google Docs by visiting this link -

And click on Blank document as shown in the below screenshot.

Open Blank Document in Google Docs

A new blank document will be loaded on Google Docs.

Step 2: Insert a New Drawing

Next we will add a drawing to our document. From the top menu, click on Insert >> Drawing >> New.

Google Docs Drawing

It will open a Drawing popup window on your screen (see the below screenshot).

Drawing Window

In the next step, we will add a Word Art to our drawing.

Step 3: Add Word Art

To add a Word Art, click on Actions and then click on Word art as shown in the below screenshot.

Insert Word Art

A text box will appear where you would need to enter your text.

Enter Text in Word Art

In the above screenshot, you can see that I have entered Bubble Letters as an example text. Similarly, you would need enter any text that you want make as bubble letters in Google Docs.

After entering the text, press the Enter button on your keyboard. Please note that if you want to add multiple text, you can do so by using Shift + Enter keys.

As you press the Enter button, you bubble letters would be automatically be added to your Google document.

Make Bubble Letters

Step 4: Editing Bubble Letters

Google Docs also allows you to edit your bubble letters. For example, you can add, edit or delete your text.

You can also change the font type, font color, border color, fill color and more, from the tool bar available in the Drawing window just below the Save and close button.

In the below screenshot, you can see that I have made certain changes to my bubble letters:

  1. Change the fill color to orange,
  2. Change the border color to red,
  3. Change the font type to Impact (a bubble letter font) from Arial, and
  4. Increased the font size.
Save and Close

After making changes to your bubble letters, click on Save and close button to add your text to your Google document.

Bubble Letters on Google Docs

That's it, this is how we can make bubble letters in Google document by following the four easy steps I have mentioned above.

Wrapping Up

If you're looking to infuse a bit of fun and creativity into your text, don't hesitate to explore the bubble letters in Google Docs.

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