#TechTuesday – Canva, graphic design made simple.

CanvaCanva.com is an incredible resource for anyone wanting to create beautiful graphics for personal use, to promote your business, a website, invitations, business cards, or self-publish that eBook that’s been brewing inside your heart. Plus…it’s FREE!

Today, I will show you how easy Canva is to use and why it has replaced my beloved Microsoft Publisher and even PicMonkey for all my graphic needs!


This weekend I have the joy of presenting at Lutheran Hour Ministries’ Regional Outreach Conference in Orlando, FL. My topic is #DigitalOutreach, bringing Christ into the world!

I hope to broadcast my presentation via Periscope and would LOVE for you to pop in from 3:15pm-4:30pm (I’ll begin the scope a few minutes early and it will be saved to my profile if would like to tune in later.).

#Digital Outreach PeriscopePeriscope is a free app you can download on just about any device, except your desktop. My handle is @HeatherBleier.

This presentation would be especially helpful for your Director of Outreach, Pastor, or even yourself as you reach out to others. Click the banner below for a sneak peek at my presentation and a few freebies or click the #DigitalOutreach tab from the menu above.#DO


3 thoughts on “#TechTuesday – Canva, graphic design made simple.

  1. Heather, thank you so much for the lesson on Canva. I have tried to do it myself and it was an epic fail, as the kids say. But hopefully next time I go, I will remember what you taught me and have a more productive experience.


    1. Sometimes it’s about trial and error. I usually start with one of their layouts and tweak it to fit what I want. It’s not often that I start from scratch, unless it’s a custom piece for the church website or a flyer.


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