Canva is a free, online design software. It uses a drag-and-drop format and provides access to over a million photographs, graphics, and fonts. It is used by non-designers as well as professionals. The tools can be used for both web and print media design and graphics.
With a few simple clicks, you can design and create gorgeous, professional labels from Canva’s pre-designed fonts, images, icons and layouts.
On this page, we will walk you through the steps for creating labels in Canva.
For empty Canva template, we have already import the sheet labels’ outline as the backgound image.
Remember to adjust the backgound image’s transparency ratio to 0% before download your design as a PDF file.
Suppose the sheet label have N columns, M rows. All the labels’ contents are the same.
1 – First, design the top left label, then group all the design elements.
2 – Copy the design of the first label, and move it to the last column of the first row, adjust the horizontal positon.
3 – Make N-2 copies of the first label’s design.
4 – Select all the N designs, Choose “Position” from the toolbar, click “Align elements Top” and “Space evenly Horizontally”
5 – Select all the design of the first row, then group.
6 – Copy the design of the first row, and move it to the last row, adjust the vertical postion.
7 – Make M-2 copies of the first row’s design.
8 – Select all the M designs, Choose “Position” from the toolbar, click “Align elements Top” and “Space evenly Horizontally”
9 – Choose the background image, and adjust the transparency ratio to 0%
10 – Download your design as PDF file, then print it.
1 – Don’t change the background image.
2 – Test on a plain white paper before printing directly on your labels.