Words for 2013…

It’s my day to share my words for 2013!
I have seen some awesome creations in this hop
and have been so inspired!!!
Thank you Linda of Buzzing and Bumbling

and Mdm. Samm of Sew We Quilt for hosting this great hop!

Tagxedo is the first thing that came to mind when I signed up for the hop;
it is a great way to create fun word clouds using your own words,
slogans, quotes, etc. 
I imported different graphics into Tagxedo,
added my Words for 2013,
and started creating word clouds…
I used this sewing machine…
Then printed my cloud onto fabric that’s been prepared
for printing on an InkJet printer,
added a few borders and a little quilting
and just love how it turned out Ü
In 2013 I want to be more thankful,
inspire and encourage others, be kind,
be a better friend, share my passion with others,
smile and find joy in the little things,
challenge myself and others to grow and learn,
keep dreaming…
and most of all,
LOVE and show compassion like never before…
 I made this table topper with a beautiful graphic made by Mdm Samm,
and perfect for a daily reminder to LOVE more in 2013!
And of course, if times get tough,
this one will help me remember to just… 
 Thank you so much for stopping by today!
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115 thoughts on “Words for 2013…

  1. Jodi - usairdoll says:

    WoW! So amazing! Love, Love all your minis! I have never heard of "Tagxedo" but I'm happy I have now, hehe. The sewing machine is so neat looking. Nice and fun fabrics for both of the other two minis you did. Great words to remember and live by. Thank you for sharing all your projects with us, awesome job!


  2. Sunshine Girl says:

    Wow your quilt is great – I havent seen that software before but I think I need to have it and have a play! Love your other two quilts too – I havent seen that Keep Calm material over in England either – will have to keep my eyes peeled for that too!

  3. Lesley says:

    Cherry, your projects are fantastic! Love how they jump off the page, with so many words to inspire. Great idea with the sewing machine and the word cloud, and the 2013 graphic is wonderful done up as a little quilt! Of course, I adore keep Calm and Quilt On! Fabulous!

  4. Britt-Inger says:

    Cherry you have really made my day. The sewing machine is awesome and I have learned something new as tagged, which I have never heard of before.
    The 2013 graphic is sew beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing your creativity.

  5. Quiltin' Jenny says:

    That is fantastic! Love them all, but thanks especially for sharing that technique. Did you print it on to white fabric and make the background black with ink? Or did you somehow print the white letters onto black fabric?

    Can't wait to play with this!

  6. Madame Samm says:

    I always seem to linger here longer than comfortable…like a shadow, I just dont' want to leave….your words , work, creativity always amazes me…today there is no exception…each one amazing like YOU…

  7. Sowing Stitches says:

    The fun you had creating your wordy projects is contagious…
    'Fun Fabric Flu' πŸ™‚ Making plans now to play with Tagxedo this weekend and experiment with some more wordy fun. Notice this passed the to do mountain and went straight to the I'm making this now! πŸ™‚
    Great inspiration Thanks!!

  8. Martha says:

    Oh…I am so jealous…I love them! I want them all! I have bookmarked the site and will check it out tonight when I get home. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  9. Nellie Duclos says:

    Cherry-Your words are certainly ones to live by. Ditto tagxedo, I checked it out-it's awesome, but how do you get it to print on fabric? If you could do it tutorial, it would be fantastic. From CA, thanks for sharing.

  10. Just Carol says:

    I want to stop everything and run make a table topper after looking at these. They are beautiful and so amazing! Really, I need to go make one. Love it, love it, love it!

  11. patchouli moon studio says:

    I never heard of tagxedo before, so thanks for the link as I will check it out. Your quilts are so beautiful! The words you chose and the quilting is gorgeous! I love the sewing machine best and the design from Madame Samm turned into a quilt is great too.

  12. Tammy says:

    Oh my goodness. They are all just phenonminal projects. You are so talented for sure. Thank you for shareing your projects with us today.

  13. sandra says:

    How interesting and creative your words were so wonderful and we should all subscribe to doing those things. Thanks for sharing all of your projects with us today.

  14. Sewconsult says:

    I haven't been able to visit many of the other blogs (my mother died 2 weeks ago), so I naturally came to yours to see what the "In your words" was all about. I LOVE, LOVE your words/quilt.
    My girls were in town and tried to put some order to my sewing room. The patterns that I had ordered from you were on my desk. My older daughter said, "Oh, Mom, I hope that you will now have time to do such as these!"(wreath & tree). Me, too. I have missed my sewing & embroidery for the time that I have helped with our mother.

  15. LJ says:

    Wow! You are just so creative! I checked out Tagxedo; it looks fantastic. Love your sewing machine. Of course, your "Love" and "Keep Calm" are marvelous. Outstanding!

  16. Pierro says:

    Rosemary B here:
    Happy Saturday πŸ™‚ Oh my gosh. you are amazing. Just wow, I am in awe. Thank you so much for the inspiration. I hope to be really good one day.

  17. Quiltsmiles says:

    All the quilts are great ideas and your finishs beautiful. I never thought about using that word cloud thingy and some day, I need to try it out. Thanks for all the inspiraiton. Very unique and I'm loving this hop. Jane

  18. Karrie S says:

    Very beautiful quilts! They are so pretty. I'm so grateful for this blog hop, because you are one of the new blogs I'm following. I love to meet new people and see what they are making. Thanks for sharing πŸ˜‰

  19. the girlfriend gap says:

    The sewing machine is amazing! Now I just need to figure out how you did that. I went to the tagxedo site…. I am stumped how to insert words in the image. Could you walk us through the process? I would LOVE that if you have the time. Thanks for sharing in the hop. Janita

  20. tink's mom says:

    Wonderful projects, so creative. Never heard of Tagxedo before. thanks for the link I think. So much potential, so little time. If you do choose to do a tutorial on this topic I would be very interested.

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