Designs I created using Canva for free! March art update
Hi there! Today’s feature Friday post is going to be short and sweet. I wanted to just check in with you and let you know what I’ve been working on. As you know I’ve been blogging for a little over 18 Months now and wrote a blog post called 14 lessons I learned after 18 months of blogging. If you haven’t read that post check it out. Since then, what I have learned along the way is that there are so many resources available to create graphics and art online for my blog. One website I’ve discovered in recent months is Canva!
What is Canva?
So you may be asking yourself, ” What is Canva?” If you are not familiar, Canva is a free graphic design tool website where professionals and average folks like you and me, can create designs online. In Canva you can create a variety of designs for free using drag and drop features. It’s really user-friendly however there are some limitations with the free version. Therefore, if you prefer more flexibility and variety of options, you can upgrade your free version to a paid subscription yearly or monthly as low as $12.95/month.
This website is great for anyone who wants to try graphics to enhance their blog with pins, design digital art or just explore a new way to make designs online using a different application. With that said, I’ve been learning as I go and have created a few new designs recently and sharing in today’s post!
As I mentioned in my prior Spring update post, I have a growing portfolio of art on my RedBubble shop. Take a look at my other art designs using the Redbubble tab above or click on the image below and you’ll be taken directly to my portfolio.
Here are my most recent additions using Canva. Let me know which one is your favorite!
New designs added
Interested in learning more? Check out this short video clip!
What do you think? Have you used Canva before? If so, what do you use Canva for? Let me know in the comments below. Don’t forget to share this post with a friend!