Using Canva for Digital/Hybrid Scrapbooking

Canva is a free online graphic design tool that you can use for your digital and hybrid scrapbooking. I use Canva 99.99% of the time over Photoshop and Photoshop elements.

You can watch this masterclass below to see how I use Canva to help create on the spot digital scrapbooking supplies, resize photos for printing, create embellishments, use Canva’s own free templates and designs as jumping off points for projects and more.

If you have any questions you can DM me directly (click the little envelope in the top right and send to me @rukristin), OR ask them in the Hybrid & Digital Scrapbooking forum.

Here’s the template of the designs I created along with this class. You can open it up in Canva and play around with the things I did in the video.

If you want to try Canva Pro, I’ve got an affiliate link that you can use if you so choose. It’s free for the first 30 days, and you can do some pretty cool things. I’m definitely going to be running a Canva Pro tutorial soon, so if you’ve got any questions, I can definitely answer those as well!

*affiliate links are used throughout this post