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How Do I Cut Out an Image in Canva?

Last updated on September 27, 2022 @ 12:05 pm

Canva is a user-friendly graphic design tool that is perfect for creating professional designs for your blog or website. One of the great things about Canva is that it offers a wide range of templates and tools that make it easy to create stunning visuals.

One of the most useful features in Canva is the ability to cut out images. This can be really helpful if you want to create a custom graphic or add an image to your design that has a transparent background.

In this article, we will show you how to cut out an image in Canva and style text using HTML tags.

How to Cut Out an Image in Canva

The first thing you need to do is open up Canva and sign in. Once you’re signed in, click on “Create a design” at the top of the page.

Next, you need to choose the template that you want to use for your design. For this tutorial, we will be using the “Blog Graphic” template.

Once you’ve selected your template, click on “Uploads” in the left-hand sidebar and then click on “Upload image.”

PRO TIP: If you are not familiar with Canva or image editing software, do not attempt to cut out an image in Canva. You may accidentally delete parts of the image or save the incorrect file type, which can cause issues when you try to use the image later.

This will open up your computer’s file browser so that you can select the image that you want to upload. Once you’ve selected your image, click on the “Open” button.

Your image will now be uploaded to Canva and added to your design. Next, you need to click on the image to select it.

Once your image is selected, click on the “Crop” button in the top toolbar. This will open up the crop tool.

Now, you can use the crop tool to select the area of the image that you want to keep. When you’re happy with your selection, click on the “Apply” button.

And that’s it! You have now successfully cut out an image in Canva.

Dale Leydon

Dale Leydon

Sysadmin turned Javascript developer. Owner of 20+ apps graveyard, and a couple of successful ones.