So, it’s not the first day of Spring yet, but Spring will be approaching vastly this month and I’m making sure you’re prepared with my Spring freebies!
I don’t often make blog posts about when my freebies drop but because changes are being made, I decided to dedicate this post solely to talking about them. I’m also going to give a little insight on how I make my freebies and the site you need for ALL of your content creating needs!
Updates And Changes
First, let’s get to the changes that are happening. I recently created a newsletter for my blog. If you’re not subscribed to my list, you’re missing out! Because of this, I decided that I wanted to make sure that there were some freebies exclusive to my email subscribers, but I also wanted to make sure anyone not subscribed to my mail list was still able to have some freebies as well.
With that being said, those who are subscribed to my mailing list will have access to my full freebies bundle! That includes all of my desktop wallpapers plus extras. You’re probably thinking “What about the ones who aren’t subscribed?” No worries, everyone else will get access to a sample of those freebies. For example, if there are five exclusive freebies, then you may have access to two of the five.
How I Create My Freebies
I figured it would be fun to give you guys a little glimpse of how my freebies are created! The website/app that I use to create them is Canva. If you’re a content creator then you probably already know about Canva because it’s the holy grail for making content! I can’t even tell you how lost I would be without it. I’ve talked about Canva before and I use it to make literally all of my content. I highly suggest it if you need to make your own freebies, newsletters, resumes and more!
Okay, so I’m going to show you an example of one of my freebies that are quick to make. Below is an image of a spring desktop wallpaper with an image and a quote. It’s easy because the only customizing you need to do is put in a quote, but what really can take up your time is trying to find a quote and a picture you like. Personally, I like to personalize them as much as possible, so I try to think of my own quotes as I did here.
Here are the quick steps to creating something similar:
- Find a photo you like (I use Canva and Unsplash)
- Either Google a quote or come up with one of your own
- Using Canva or your favorite editing app/website, pick your favorite text, write out the quote, and place it in your desired area on the photo
- Finally, you’re done!
As I said, it’s really easy to create something like that, but it can still get a little bit time-consuming with still having so many options to choose from. This is why it’s much easier to just download ones that are pre-made. If you want to check out the 2021 Spring freebie samples, then you can check out the freebies here. If interested, you can sign up to receive access to the total bundle there or by clicking the button below!
Great job! Canva’s great isn’t it
Seriously a life saver!
Hazel @ Pixie Dust Words says
Canva has made me so lazy as a graphic designer…. but omg their templates are so useful!!
I say you’re just working smarter lol. But their templates are life! I have so many of them saved!