Posted by: maureenc | September 15, 2012


 Because Vivian left comment and a query regarding
WORD CLOUD, I just had to renew my thoughts on the subject!
Using I played for a while, initially using words referring to my “battles” learning to become proficient with the EMBIRD software , computers and embroidery machine.
Then I realized that my printer need  new ink supplies!

The first photo shows LOW lacking in ink supplies my Printer was.
So…..something I should have done weeks ago: I visited “Cartridge World” and got supplies.

Photo two and three shows two wordclouds printed on ExtravOrganza and laid over black chintz in the first card, and sky printed fabric in the second.
 For some reason, the Organza didn’t print “squarely” and the  resultant cards are slightly skewiff.

Over on PostmarkdArt, a while back, Maureen Callahan wrote an excellent article about wordclouds, and she mentioned Tagxedo

But, being a bear of little brain (myself) so far I have not had satisfactory results.

So, try the links, and have some fun!

Posted by Picasa


Cat Cuddle Cafe |Brisbane|



Roaming, at home and abroad

Sweet Pea Machine Embroidery Designs

In the Hoop machine embroidery designs


Welcome to the appreciation of Australian birds and the love of birdwatching, sharing bird sightings, photographs, personal experiences and helpful information.

Nature on the Edge

Wildlife photography along the urban edge

The Done It List

Not just another travel/lifestyle blog

Love Those "Hands at Home"

Celebrating the Human Touch

Green Life Blue Water

Where Eco Meets Life

Joys of Joel

The Poetry of My Life through My Writings and Journeys

The Paths of the Spirit

Create a path of Light with your Life


Potato Point and beyond

Be Creatively ...

... because the worst enemy of creativity is self-doubt

Make My Day Creative

Exploring things crafty, crochet, and beyond

Little By Little By Bossymamma

The crafty shenanigans of Bossymamma

The Cobweborium Emporium

Creating a magical, wide webbed world, one beautifully handmade item at a time. ©

American Princess

A love story based on real life events!

%d bloggers like this: