7 BEST FONTS COMBINATIONS IN CANVA
Updated: Nov 2, 2021
While writing good blog posts is an absolute must, it is also important to create attractive graphics to go along with them. Did you know that the fonts you use in your graphics can either captivate your readers attention or discourage them from reading more of your work? Well, it’s true! The graphics you create for your blog and social media are the first things your readers see. So, if they are bad, your graphics will most likely be the only things your readers will ever see. Therefore, it is crucial that you choose the fonts that you use wisely! Since choosing the right font can be a hassle, along with the help of other bloggers, I have created a list of the best free fonts in canva according to bloggers!
Although there are many apps you can use to create your graphics, Canva is by far one of the best and most popular apps used by creators. Canva has a variety of features, templates, elements, photos, fonts, and functions that you can play around with.
Canva makes graphic design simple, easy, and fun.
Not only can you create a variety of beautiful graphics with no experience, but you can also use many features for free if you don’t want to upgrade to the paid version. Even though I personally use the paid version, I was able to create a ton of graphics when I only had the free version.
Although Canva has a lot of free fonts to choose from, not all of their fonts are attractive. So you have to be careful when choosing fonts.
BEST 7 FREE FONTS IN CANVA FOR BLOGGERS
Raleway & playlist script
Antonio & Sacramento
Montserrat Classic & Playlist Script
Oswald & Montserrat
Donau & Virtual
Six Gaps & League Spartan
Biryani Regular & Lemon Tuesday
I hope you all enjoyed this post and found some fonts that you like! Feel free to bookmark this page for future reference. Also, let me know in the comments below what fonts you like to use in Canva.
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