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How I make my designs #2

Hey leaves<333 So my 1st part was covering canva, so now we’re covering kapwing~

Check out the first part:

Now, let’s get into this. I’ll be making the featured image for this post.

Search up: kapwing / or just use this link:

Click on: “start editing”

you’re going to get a page like this, just remove the images.

Now, go to the images tab. Make a search for an image: I usually go for a aesthetic images. Although, if you just want a bg color, search the color.

keep scrolling till you find an image that suits what you’re going for.

After that, go to the elements tab and find something that matches. If you don’t know, you can always scroll randomly and pick.

Now look through your work so far….. do you like it? Is there anything you can change? Is there anything you want to remove? If you want to remove everything, reapet the other steps.

I didn’t really like mine, so I re-did all the steps. you can add more elements that match the style.

Now that I like it, and I don’t want it too be too messy, I’m going to add text

Now add “header text” And add your post name : )

press the text color button.

using the font button, change it~

Now export it.


hi! i'm inky, a teen blogger. i don't talk much about myself, but here we go!~ i love reading, writing, drawing, painting, uhm,,, blogging, and talking. (is that a hobby?) you can check out my socials below: .WordPress .spotify- .roblox- .Pinterest- .storygraph-

7 thoughts on “How I make my designs #2

  1. Wow! I love this post! Thank you for the instructions! I just ran across Betty’s blog a day or so ago and it encouraged me to start getting my feet wet on Canva. Although I’d heard of Canva before and had thought about setting up an account there, I didn’t have the drive to do it until last night and once I did, I sat up have the night creating memes! I definitely will go back and create a few book covers for the ebooks I’m in the process of writing! I’m in the process of hunting for more blogs that teach you things on this subject!

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      1. Thank you so much for the suggestion. I’ll definitely check out Kapwing! I’m looking for more tools to improve my blog for my readers and I’m on the hunt for more options! ❤

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