1) You can enter your blog address and it'll pull the text from it! I love that, especially if you have a family blog. Or for crafterhours....
3) You can enter your own text as you like. So sweet for a kids' room. And guys are the hardest to make something for. (Celebrate the Boy is awesome! Celebrate the Man? That would be diiiiiiifficult. Not that we don't want to celebrate them. It's just so hard to do manly craftiness. Although this guy is a purveyor of such.) I think this could work. Awesome for a man cave or a man corner. With manly-er text, of course.
And while I'm on the subject of manliness opportunities, if you haven't already looked at dafont, you might like to. Lots of man-a-riffic options here. What I love about the site itself is that you can enter sample text at the top and then it shows you all of the fonts with your text, rather than sample text that requires a little too much imagination and/or noodling to figure out whether it'll work for you. There are soooo many fonts here that would make most excellent Etsy store banners. If you know someone who's working on an Etsy store. Like I do. (Her name is Adrianna. She's so at the door. I'm trying to push her in because she'll be awesome.) Here are some fun dafont examples:
Many dafont fonts are free for personal use. If you're going to use them for an Etsy banner or something you'll profit from, you'll need to look at the usage info for how to do that.