P.S. if you're into this kind of stuff: To make this super quick jpeg, I used PowerPoint. I didn't have access to Photoshop and frankly, until I get better at it, everything takes me 5 times as long in Photoshop. So, in PowerPoint, I made two text boxes, filled in the backgrounds, and changed the fonts. Then I used a snipping tool to crop the picture into a jpeg. The first time I tried this, the picture turned out super pixelly when I got ready to Instagram. Then, I figured out that it works best to maximize the picture on the computer as much as possible before snipping. I don't know the technical terms for this, but basically pictures lose quality when you enlarge so it's better to start big and get to a smaller sharing size. Then, voila...Instagram ready.