Quote art is the easiest thing for churches to create and share that is original content. All of our pastors say different things and there are plenty of verses in the Bible that can be highlighted again and again. Creating quote art can be time consuming though without the right tools. While some prefer to create quote art in Photoshop or Illustrator, I find that starting those bad boys up and getting the inspiration takes away the fun in sharing the quote. There are plenty of quote art generators online that can do this easily for you. We’ve covered Canva, WordSwag and Pablo, so I thought I would cover some lesser known ones (although those are totally awesome and worthy of being used).
The great thing about QuotesCover.com is that it gives you a variety of sizing options. I’m just going to go with the square for this.
ReciteThis.com has plenty of fun and solid quote art templates. LikePablo, there’s not really a way to set a size but for what it does, it does well. It also adds a ReciteThis.com logo at the bottom of everything and there’s no proper way to remove it.
Quizio creates a variety of sizes, but again, you can’t specify the size that you want. You can click on all their templates until you find the size you need, but you may not like the design. Ah, free stuff.
This site used to have a WordPress plugin called “Proquoter” but I guess they stopped developing it and took it down. The tool is a bit dated, but if you’re in a hurry it might be what you’re looking for. Again, one size and less than 10 designs to choose from.
PinWords creates square images, which is nice for most social media.
BeHappy.Me is very reminiscent of ReciteThis.com because it adds their logo at the bottom. They also try to sell you stuff after you’ve created the graphic. You can only easily download the Facebook cover after saving but I imagine you could “Save Picture As…” if necessary on the other previews.