You know how you sometimes want to keep things to yourself? Things like you weave connect, that hole in the wall place with the best burritos or the person who gave you their Netflix password because you’re afraid once everyone knows about it the price will get higher or the services won’t be the same?
That’s how I feel about canva.com. I discovered it last week on LinkedIn and I’ve been slightly obsessed every since.
With Canva you can make graphics for your blog, business cards or social media profiles. I like the fact that it sizes everything for you because those of us who aren’t professional designers need that. They have tons of templates that you can make your own and plenty of ways to customize pictures you already have. I know I shared my Picmonkey tips with you last week and I still love that site for editing pictures but Canva is a serious contender when it comes to creating graphics.
I’m not going to go into too much detail on how to use it as I’m still learning but I wanted to let you ladies know all about it because I’m sure someone wants to use it. In the future I may do a few tutorials if it’s applicable. After you use it let me know what you think.
What websites do you use to make your blog’s content better?
If you missed my post on where to find free pics for your blog it’s here.
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