How to quickly design multiple Pinterest pins with Canva
Did you know that with all the recent Pinterest updates, Pinterest favours fresh new pins more than ever? It’s therefore super important to create new pins regularly. Not only do you need to design pins for your new blog post, but also create new pins for your old blog posts every week.
This is a lot of work, so to save yourself time, it’s a good idea to batch your pin creation and use an easy design tool like Canva.
In this post I’ll show you how.
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Designing pins in Canva
I use Canva to design my pins. If you haven’t heard of Canva before, you can try it out for free here. Canva is a design editor that makes it super easy to design Pinterest pins, social media graphics and anything else you might need for your blog.
I’ve created a video to show you how easy it is to design a pin in Canva and how you can quickly turn one pin into multiple pins.
You can watch the video here:
I hope you liked my video. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below.
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Hey, this is Kris, from HappySkinny. I really loved your tips on how to easily create multiple pins. I especially liked your little trick to place each word on a new line 😉 Has made my pins look heaps better already, THANKS!! Kris
Glad you liked it Kris!
I recently discovered Canva not too long ago and I am so obsessed. I joined the PRO version immediately after I realized I couldn’t use all of the photos I wanted. It is so addicting and so much fun. I feel compelled to revamp my entire blog utilizing what I have created. Great blog and so vital, especially to those of us who recently discovered this wonderful gem.
Yes I love Canva too! I used to make all my graphics in Illustrator but Canva is so much quicker.