Quick Canva Graphics

How to Create Quick Graphics with Canva

Canva.com is one of my favorite tools for social media marketing. I spent years trying to create graphics in Photoshop, and never quite got the hang of it (hats off to my graphic designer Stephanie who designs all my branding and awesome logos for my clients!)

Back to Canva…I got the hang of it right away, due to its drag and drop simplicity. You can create gorgeous social media graphics in a matter of minutes, and I show you how in this quick tutorial.

I wanted to share with you the concept of template creation to save you time in creating content for your social media channels. First, you create one graphic, then duplicate it and change the wording or the photo to create several more just like it in no time.

Let me know if you try it!

 

 

Stuck on what you would create graphics about for your business? Read my last post about creating 30 days of content in 30 minutes. It walks you through the process of brainstorming all those ideas rolling around in your head.  It’s good to have a plan!  

Also, join us in my free Facebook group, The Content Groove, where we talk about the best tools and strategies for promoting your business online! 

5 Comments

  • Mira Edorra

    Great tutorial Stacey, I Love Canva for designing different types of social media post. Like quotes, Inspirational photo post etc. But when i need to design logo i use https://www.logoai.com/design/Shopping-Retail
    It leave some out of thinking logo automatically!

  • Halie Mae

    Stacey… this program is absolutely what I need! Wonderful recommendation and tutorial!

    Halie

  • Heidi

    Hi Stacey, Looks like a simple and easy program to use . Thanks for sharing!
    Heidi

  • Ruth Clark

    Hi Stacey,
    I tried it! And it was fun. Thanks for sharing.
    Warmly
    Ruth

    • Stacey Post author

      Oh I’m so glad! Will I see them soon on your Facebook page?

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