I wrote about Tagxedo back in September, and the post has gotten a lot of attention since then which is GREAT! Tagxedo is a fantastic tool for making Free Shaped Word Art Online for home decor, crafts, and school projects. With so many new followers though and Valentine’s Day upon us, I thought I would share this program I love with all of you again. Tagxedo allows you to choose from a selection of shapes and colors and then enter your own words. For Valentine’s Day, they have a couple different “love” designs as well as a “joy”, flowers and lots of hearts. When you are happy with your design, you can save the image as a JPEG and/or PNG.
Here is what the homepage looks like. You want to click on the CREATE button. There are also lots of examples that are fun to look at; people have gotten really creative with their Tagxedo art.
You will then come to the “Creator” screen. It is a fun program to play around it. If you keep scrolling down though, you will see I have also given you some tips on how to use the program and what the different options will do for you.
To enter your words, click on “Load” at the top left. Save and Share will obviously let you get your finished product.
“Color” Respin means that the colors of the words will just reshift – it it fun to play with and see how shifting colors change the look.
“Theme” Respin: If you click on the arrow on the right, it will allow you to choose different COLOR themes. Or, you can press the rotating arrow button and it will randomly cycle through the different color schemes for you.
“Font” Respin: If you click on the arrow on the right, it will allow you to choose from a collection of fonts. Or, you can press the rotating arrow button and it will randomly cycle through the different fonts for you.
“Orientation” Respin: This allows you to choose the direction that you would like your words to face.
“Layout” shifts the words around.
If you like the LOVE Word Art I included here, feel free to right click on the image right above and save! I really hope you will try out Tagxedo and have fun with it. Plus, don’t forget to share your designs with me! I would love to see what you come up with and share if you would like me to.
What programs do you like using for word art?