Canva is a user-friendly graphic design tool popular among online entrepreneurs, small business owners, and bloggers.
Adding custom fonts can give your designs a unique look and feel you can’t get with the default fonts included in Canva.
This blog post will show you how to add fonts to your Canva designs. You can use the free fonts available on the Canva website or upload your custom fonts.
Let’s get started!
What Do You Need to Do to Add Font to Canva?
Here are 5 easy steps to add font to Canva. Let’s dive in!
Step 1: Select Text to Customize
When you need to make a design, click on the text of your choice. Then select from one of many fonts by scrolling down and choosing “ upload font” when it becomes available in that category.”
Step 2: From the Brand Kit, click on “Upload a Font”
The first step in creating stunning designs is choosing an elegant typeface. Hence, it’s worth taking some time to get familiar with all of these options before diving into designing anything yourself or using one out-of-date online.
The Brand Kit can be accessed by clicking “Upload a font.” This collection includes logos, brand typefaces, and colour palettes that are ideal for your next creative project!
Step 3: Add custom fonts to Canva
I hope you have already downloaded the custom font file from other websites. Now you can choose the file from your pc and upload it on canvas.
Step 4: Select Access fonts for Canva
Once you have uploaded an image and have chosen the “image” tab on the left-hand side of your editor, you will be able to click the “effects” button to stylise the image. You can use several effects – from a border to changing the colours to adding text.
Once you have done, give your confirmation by clicking “yes, upload away?”
Step 5: Create a Canva Design Using an Uploaded Font Style
The uploaded font will appear in the “brand font” in the drop form menu.
Now the font is ready to use on your image.
Now you can download the image and share it on where ever you want.
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