To Insert a Text Box, go back to the Ribbon and select the Insert Tab. Then go to the Text Group and select Text Box.
To the bottom of this window, you will see Draw Text Box.
Select it, then hold down the Left Mouse Button and draw the Text Box on the screen.
Go back to the Insert Tab and click on the Picture Icon in the Illustrations Group. This allows you to insert a Picture from File. It opens up the Insert Picture Window, where you can select your file and then click Insert.
Be certain that your Images are in a format that will be recognized by Microsoft Word. These Images are saved in PNG (Portable Network Graphics) Format.
Once the Image has been inserted, Resize it by selecting one of the Circles and holding down the "Ctrl" and "Shift" Keys together, so that you don't get a disproportionate Image.
You will notice that the Image is facing the wrong direction. To correct this we need to Flip it.
Click on the Rotate Icon to open a drop down menu.
Select Flip Horizontal.
The Flipped Image will look like this:
This will open the Format Text Box Window.
In the Colors and Lines Tab, go to the Fill Section and set Transparency to "100%".
In the Line Section, click on the Down Arrow for Color and select No Color from the Color Window.
The Image now has a Transparent Background. Selecting the Image for moving may be a little tricky, since you can only move it when its Text Box container is selected, which should look like this.
Go back to the Insert Tab again, look for the Text Group and select the Word Art Icon.
This will open up a Word Art Style Menu.
Select Word Art Style 1.
Start typing the Text "Bridal Pageant Boutique".
Click the 1st Down Arrow to choose a Font.
In this case the Font is "Advert" which is a Free Font that was downloaded at www.FontFreak.com.
Click on the 2nd Down Arrow to change the Font Size. Set it to "48".
The Word Art Text should look like this:
To make the Text Box appear invisible, repeat Step 14 for Transparency and Line.