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Design canva calendars that suit your client's brand

Canva calendar design guide

Merishe Ferreira avatar
Written by Merishe Ferreira
Updated over a week ago

With the increase of paper prices and the year-end rush upon us, we thought we’d make your day-to-day easier by supplying you with the basic elements to incorporate into your calendars for printing.

The targeted marketing opportunities for your clients are endless but with the current saving trend, you’ll likely see a decrease in sales for the 2023 season. Avoid pummeling your clients with ALL the options that Printulu has to offer and rather focus on the industry-specific needs of your clients.

Target your clients with the right online printing products to ensure successful sales.

A recent report on the market development has indicated that the two products to focus on this year will be wall calendars & desk calendars. Diary sales will be the runner-up for the 2022 to 2023 season.

We have noticed that a lot of our clients are using design applications to create print-ready artwork but are experiencing difficulties in getting the final design over the finish line. We’re excited to announce that we have created canva calendar content for you to create these items.

We’ll be giving you access to standardised canva calendar images to make your printulu experience printastic! Check out our FreebieFriday folder here.

The instructions below will guide you through a successful design.

What are you waiting for? Open your canva account and follow the steps below:

Step 1: File setup

Create a design button > Custom Size > Enter the ordered size of the product > Design your product.

Step 2: Save with Bleed

  1. Select Share (Top Right)

  2. Select Download in the drop-down menu

  3. File Type PDF Print

  4. Select Crop Marks & Bleed

  5. Select Flatten PDF

  6. Select Download

Step 3: Convert to CMYK online

Unfortunately, Canva is a digital design studio which means it works in RGB colour mode. You will now need to convert your artwork to CMYK before uploading it to your printulu order. You can upload your artwork here and follow the onscreen prompts to convert your artwork to CMYK.

Once your design is completed and approved by your client, you can upload it to your order.

Psst – You should be keeping track of our Facebook page – we have tons of exciting updates and offers coming soon. Go check it out! @Printulu

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