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Friday Findings – Canva

Have you heard of Canva?

 

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This easy-to-use program allows you to easily turn your ideas into terrific designs. There are many pre-designed templates ready from which to choose – social media, Facebook covers, advertisements, posters, etc.

 

 

Simple Canva Steps:-

Step 1

– Login to www.canva.com

Step 2

– Choose a template from across the top of the page

Step 3

– Choose a pre-made layout

Step 4

– Change your wording/ colour/etc, if you choose.
On the left, there are further selections available for font and background. Some of these are free and some cost $1.00. Simply drag your selection over to your creation.

Step 5

- When you are happy with your design, click on ‘Link and Publish’ button in top right corner.

Step 6

- You will be given the option to download as a PDF or an Image. Click on your selection and you’ll be taken to the next page where you can pay, if necessary, and download.

 

That’s It.

Simple, clean and friendly. That’s how I would describe Canva.

 

I truly hope you will have use for this tool. By using tools such as www.canva.com , it frees up your time and money to do spend more time on other aspects of your business.

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Please share if you found this useful.

Enjoy your time playing with this tool.

 

I would love to read your opinions of this tool in the box  below as well as some of your creations.

 

Till next time…..

 

Liz Delaney

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16 Responses to “Friday Findings – Canva”

  1. Erika Mohssen-Beyk July 19, 2014 at #

    Hi Liz,
    this is really a very good suggestion,
    I never heard of Canva and will go and have
    a look at it .You have always something
    interesting to share.
    Thank you

    • Liz July 19, 2014 at #

      Thanks Erika for your kind words. Glad you learned something new. Have fun playing with it.
      Take care
      Liz

  2. Monna Ellithorpe July 20, 2014 at #

    Hi Liz,

    Canva is a great way to make graphics, headers, etc. I had a terrible time with my G+ and FB cover photos; I went to Canva and BAM in no time at all they were done. Still haven’t finished with the Twitter one yet.

    Have a great day. Monna

    • Liz Delaney July 21, 2014 at #

      Glad it helped Monna. It’s great when you find a simple, easy tool.
      Have fun.
      Liz

  3. Sue Bride July 20, 2014 at #

    Thanks Liz, I had a look round Canva and think its great. There are so many good free background images. What makes it quite unique is its built in templates for creating the right size social media images for Facebook headers etc.

    • Liz Delaney July 21, 2014 at #

      I agree Sue. Getting the templates to the right size can be a nightmare – especially for newbies….
      Thanks for the comment.
      Have fun with it.

      Liz

  4. Justin Iskandar July 20, 2014 at #

    Hey Liz,
    Awesome. Thanks for recommending Canva.
    I find this really useful and user friendly. Definitely worth a try.
    Currently I am using ribbet.com for my photo editing.
    Best wishes,
    Justin

    • Liz Delaney July 21, 2014 at #

      Thanks for taking the time to read and comment Justin. I will check out ribbet.com. Thanks for the tip.

      Liz

  5. Chery Schmidt July 24, 2014 at #

    Hello Liz, I did just hear about Canva the other day and did write the name down but that is as far as I went with this. I loved your video, this is so cool, I am having a few challenges with my G+ cover photo, off to canva to see if I can figure this out there.

    Thanks for sharing… Chery :))

    • Liz Delaney July 29, 2014 at #

      Good luck with Canva Chery. I love it. I am sure you will put it to good use.
      Take care
      Liz

  6. donna merrill July 27, 2014 at #

    Hi Liz,

    Canva is one of my favorite “toys.” One that is so important especially on our blogs. We need to create our own images. If not, even when we pay for them, the “terms and conditions” change and we can be charged.

    I have so much fun with Canva for not only my blog images, but also Facebook!

    -Donna

    • Liz Delaney July 27, 2014 at #

      Thanks for the reminder re terms and conditions for paid images, Donna. There is so much to be wary of isn’t there/
      Thanks for dropping by. I’m glad you are a Canva fan.
      Take care
      Lzi

  7. Jacs Henderson August 11, 2014 at #

    Love Canva!
    I have come across this before,but it just got left in the draw!! Thanks to your post and video Liz, I am re-united and very happy.
    I use several imagey sites, but love that Canva has templates in the correct sizes for headers etc.
    Thanks for this Fabulous Friday Finding :)
    Jacs

    • Liz Delaney August 12, 2014 at #

      Glad you have reignited your love for Canva Jacs. I have been guilty of leaving things in the drawer also. There are so many great programs out there.
      Have a good time playing.
      Liz

  8. Dawn Golden August 17, 2014 at #

    This is right up my alley Liz! This would be a great way to share quotes and such. I see Monna said she used it for some headers… interesting! Thanks for the review of this great FREE tool.

    • Liz Delaney August 17, 2014 at #

      It’s a pleasure, Dawn.
      Glad you found a new toy….happy playing..

      Liz

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