Tips And Tricks To Help You Become A Canva Pro

Canva is the graphic design platform that anyone can use. You can easily create graphics, posters, and presentations. If you don’t have the time to learn all of the fancier Adobe software like Illustrator and Photoshop, then Canva may be worth looking into for your church. 

Here are 3 tips and tricks to help you become a Canva pro:

Brand Kit

Creating graphics that stick to your church’s brand is essential, otherwise your graphics are going to feel all over the place.

Canva offers a brand kit feature that lets you access all of your brand’s visual aspects at the click of a button.

With the Canva brand kit, you can easily keep a consistent design over all of your graphics. The brand kit includes things like colors, logos, and fonts.

Resize Your Designs

With all the different social media platforms, there are bound to be different picture formats.

With Canva, you can easily resize your designs to fit any platform you may need. You can create a graphic in an Instagram layout, and then click the “Magic Resize” tool to resize the graphic perfectly into a Facebook or twitter format.


Easily one of the greatest aspects of Canva is its organizational capacity. When you have logos, fonts, and designs all over the place, pretty soon you are going to be trying to find an image in an ocean of pictures.

Canva keeps all of your assets organized in their own folders so that you are constantly organized and efficient when it comes to creating.

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