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Create a Sermon Series Design in Canva

 

Canva is growing at an exponential rate in popularity and functionality. There are some great features added in recent years like text effects to add drop shadow or outline only. However, there’s still some things in Canva not built-in. If you want to add a box shadow for an image, that’s not something natively available in Canva. So, you need to find some ways around missing features.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a compelling sermon series design using some of Canva’s image and text effects and a cool trick to get a shadow for images. Plus, get access to the resources below.

*Note: You’ll need Canva Pro to have full access to create the series design in this tutorial. Canva is free to nonprofits.

Tutorial Resources

Sermon Canva Template

Sermon Series Finals and Assets

 

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