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How Do I Crop a Picture Into a Shape in Canva?

Last updated on September 27, 2022 @ 4:01 pm

If you want to crop a picture into a shape in Canva, here’s how to do it:

1. First, log into your Canva account and click on the “Create a design” button.

2. Next, select the “Custom dimensions” option from the drop-down menu.

3. Enter the width and height you want your image to be, then click on the “Create new design” button.

4. On the next screen, click on the “Uploads” tab in the left-hand sidebar.

5. Then, click on the “Upload an image” button.

6. Choose the image you want to upload from your computer, then click on the “Open” button.

7. Once your image is uploaded, drag it onto the canvas.

8. To crop your image into a shape, first click on the “Crop” tool in the toolbar at the top of the screen.

9. Next, click on one of the shapes in the options panel that appears on the right-hand side of the screen.

10. Finally, click and drag the shape over your image until it’s in the desired position, then release your mouse button.

Your image will now be cropped into that shape!

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How Do I Crop a Picture Into a Shape in Canva? To crop a picture into a shape in Canva, first log into your account and select “Create a design.” Then choose “Custom dimensions” from the drop-down menu and enter width and height for your image. After clicking “Create new design,” upload your image by clicking on the “Uploads” tab in left-hand sidebar and then selecting “Upload an image.”

Choose your image from your computer files and open it. Once uploaded, drag it onto canvas. To crop into a shape, select “Crop” from toolbar at top of screen and then choose one of shapes from options panel that appears on right-hand side of screen. Finally, click and drag shape over image until it is positioned as desired and release mouse button.

PRO TIP: If you are not familiar with Canva or picture editing, this article may not be for you. It provides step-by-step instructions on how to crop a picture into a shape, but does not offer any tips or warnings about the process.
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