Have you ever played around with Wordle? In my teacher training last Friday, we were shown how to use it and given ideas on how we can teach our students to use it productively. I am so excited to use it with my students and their writing!
But you can seriously produce anything you want. I've seen people make this sort of thing on photoshop (admittedly, you can have a lot more artistic freedom if you make your own that way....) but this is a super simple way to make one of these cute word art pictures without a whole lot of work.
Here's one I just tossed out really quick:
I may leave that up for a while! Take a look at their website and have some fun with it! I know I did! (Want to know how to make words bigger or smaller? The words that are bigger are the ones I typed more times, ex. I typed Love about 10 times and Rob/Jocelyn about 5 times each. I did cheat a little and use photoshop to tweak some things that I was being OCD about getting in their exact right spots, but this is pretty much how mine looked straight off the site.)
Oh, by the way, while printing this, I noticed something. I decided to see about using Walmart this once for printing, just because I didn't really care too much about quality and thought they might be cheaper than the lab I've been using. And guess what? They WEREN'T! I was so surprised by this but it doesn't bother me at all because I love the lab I've been printing at lately. If you want to check them out, it's Snelson's Photo Lab on Center Street here in Springville. You can upload anything you want to print to their site (Best photo uploading program I've EVER used!) and, even though their processing time says up to three days, I've never had a print take longer than a day.