Canva Graphic Design


Many of you who follow my blog will know that the main feature of my posts are the featured images I use, these to me are hugely important, they are the images that are shared across my various social media platforms and the ones that truly captivate what’s I’ve written in the post itself.

As a result of its importance, I create new ones every single time, each image is tailored to meet my own needs and it all takes, with a bit of practice and know-how, less than 15 minutes to operate, choose and create a spectacular design.

When I first started blogging, I used to come across such beautiful websites that had the most aesthetically pleasing images, I was secretly jealous on the inside. I wanted to make my designs in various formats with the freedom of choosing colours, fonts, texts sizes and even backgrounds, this is where Canva came in.

I couldn’t believe my luck when I stumbled on the site, so far after slightly more than a year of creating my own designs, I’ve had no issues with creating and have become more interested in using all the resources available to me to design something beautiful, not just one time, but every time.

This isn’t a sponsored post, nor am I being paid to write about this company. I’ve wanted to share the site with my followers and whoever else is interested in unique images and graphic design, and since I’ve had an increase in views and blog followers, I thought now would be the perfect time to share such an awesome site.


-Whelifeawakens πŸ™‚

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13 thoughts on “Canva Graphic Design”

    1. I definitely agree, I’ve learnt to be more efficient and effective when making graphics to the point where it doesn’t take me more than around 10 minutes. And I consider that a huge achievement.

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      1. Yes I agree! Usually, once I have an idea of what I’m going to write I will make the graphic first. Sometimes I feel like my graphics are similar in nature though. I purposely try to make each one different than the last. Definitely a learning process. 😊

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