Time to say “Thank You” – using Canva templates by Stefan Kaufmann | Nov 30, 2016 | Artwork, Tools, web service | 1 comment Lets be open – too often we forget to say “Thank You” to those, who support our work. But using social media and some good looking Canva templates this is quick and easy. Canva not only is a great tool, the team from Canva also provides great tutorials and templates. Ideal to achieve best results – even as a beginner! In this SMiLE blog post we show you … Step 1: Select the template Visit Canva’s template page and choose the template you like. “Thank You” is one of the subcategories available, so lets choose that: https://www.canva.com/templates/cards/thank-you/ Once you find something you like, click on the Image, which takes you to the template’s detailed Information page. Click the “Edit this template” button to start … Step 2: Tweak / Personalize the template as appropriate … Change / Add / Delete text parts Change / Add / Delete Image parts Of course you can add additional Images you uploaded to your Canva workbench! Step 3: Save & Download your work Once you are satisfied, save your final work and download as PNG or JPG graphic file. Step 4: Post your “Thank You” Post your fresh designed “Thank You” message on your favorite social media platform. Your supporters will be more than happy: You demonstrated that you care about them and you delivered a professional looking graphic work Hint: Of course you can also use the Canva design for some printed Cards as well – simply download it as PDF file for further printing or uploading to your favorite print Service. More information The Canva team provides some additional articles that you might find useful: Get Festive With Christmas Cards in Canva: https://www.canva.com/create/cards/christmas-cards/ Create a Memorable Thank You Card: https://www.canva.com/create/cards/thank-you-cards/ Canva template page: https://www.canva.com/templates/ Related SMiLE blog posts: SMiLE has already posted some material about ussing Canva for your Lions public Relations and social media work: Canva, Facebook banners made easy Fundraising – Story telling 1 Comment Mira Edorra on November 9, 2017 at 19:21 Hello Stefan Kaufmann, Great thanks for sharing this helpful post! I personally love canva for designing some social media picture posts. But when i need a logo for my blog or website i use https://www.logoai.com/design/Internet . This is an awesome tool! Log in to Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.