10 Best Free Canva Fonts To Use In Your Graphics

April 2, 2021
10 best free canva fonts to use in your graphics

I don’t know if it’s the artist in me or what, but one of my favorite things about blogging is creating graphics for my blogs and socials. Whether it’s creating pins, graphics for my blog and socials, or printables for my email list, there is nothing I find more fun and relaxing to do! I love playing around with fonts, elements, photos, and designs to create the “perfect” graphic. And, Canva makes the whole process super easy. Although there is a paid version of Canva (highly recommend ) the free version still includes quite a few features (fonts, templates, elements, designs, and photos) that you can play with. If you’re using the free version of Canva, today I’m going to share 10 best free canva fonts to use in your graphics!

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MY FAVORITE EDIITING TOOL: CANVA

I’m absolutely obsessed with Canva because of how simple it is to use. You don’t have to have any editing skills or be a graphic designer to use Canva. If you can use a computer, you can use Canva! It’s that simple. In a previous post: 15 best blogging resources all bloggers need to have, I talked a little bit on why I love using Canva and how what I use Canva for. If you like, you can read the full post, here!

I am currently using the paid version of Canva, but if you are just starting out and want to keep your expenses low, you can still definitely work with the free version and create beautiful designs. Which is why, I’ll be sharing 10 of my absolute favorite free Canva fonts that you can use in your graphics to create pin worthy pins, eye-catching graphics, and beautiful designs for your blog and socials!

THE IMPORTANCE OF CHOOSING THE RIGHT FONTS

The design of your graphics determine whether your graphic will convert to just a view or a click.

Using the right fonts can help your graphics stand out, attract your audience and ultimately bring more traffic to your blog.

Therefore, you should use fonts that will help get your message across while grabbing your audience’s attention.

THE RIGHT FONTS = MORE TRAFFIC?

When I just started blogging, I wasn’t getting any traffic from Pinterest because I was either using very basic fonts or very distracting fonts in Canva. In other words, my Pinterest graphics weren’t converting because they were simply not good enough. Over time, I learned that fonts matter….and they matter a lot. You can’t create a beautiful design with ugly fonts (no offense to the fonts I used in the past, lol) 

The moment I started using better fonts, my graphics started getting more views, and my blog finally started getting more traffic! 

Stunning Pinterest graphics will not only raise your monthly views on Pinterest, but they will also raise your blog’s traffic! Which is why, I’m going to share some beautiful fonts you can use in Canva if you’re using the free version!

And speaking of Pinterest graphics, if you struggle with pin design, I offer pin creation services here and also have a pinterest templates store where you can purchase a whole bunch of stunning, viral, and customizable Pinterest pin templates for Canva!

SAVE THESE FREE CANVA FONTS FOR LATER!

10 Best Free Canva Fonts To Use In Your Graphics

10 BEST FREE CANVA FONTS + FONT PAIRINGS

FONT #1 SACRAMENTO

PARINING IDEAS:

  • Sacramento and cormorant garamond light.
  • Montserrat classic and sacramento.
  • Sacramento and alegreya sc.
Sacramento font and other Canva fonts to use in your graphics.

FONT #2 MONTSERRAT CLASSIC

PAIRING IDEAS:

  • Montserrat classic and lemon tuesday.
  • Railway thin and montserrat classic.
  • Montserrat classic and cormorant garamond light.
Montserrat Font, and other Canva fonts to use in your graphics.

FONT #3 GLACIAL INDIFFERENCE

PARING IDEAS:

  • Italiano and glacial indifference.
  • Sacramento, glacial indifference, and cormorant garamond light.
  • Arima madurai thin and glacial indifference.
Glacial Indifference font and other Canva fonts to use in your graphics

FONT #4 RALEWAY

PAIRING IDEAS

  • Raleway and glacial indifference.
  • Vidaloka and raleway.
  • Asap regular, yeseva one, and raleway.
Raleway font and font pairings.

FONT #5 PLAYLIST SCRIPT

PAIRING IDEAS

  • Cormorant garland light and playlist script.
  • Playlist script and glacial indifference.
  • Asap regular and playlist script.
Playlist script font and other fonts to use in your graphics.

FONT #6 ALICE

PAIRING IDEAS

  • Cormorant garamond light and alice.
  • Alice, glacial indifference, and asap regular.
  • Sacramento and Alice.
Alice font and font pairings.

FONT #7 FORUM

PAIRING IDEAS

  • Sacramento and forum.
  • Forum, cormorant garamond light, and glacial indifference.
  • Asap regular and forum.
forum font and other canva fonts to use in your graphics.

FONT #8 CORMORANT GARAMOND LIGHT

PARING IDEAS

  • Luthier and cormorant garamond light.
  • Cormorant garamond light and sacramento.
  • Forum and cormorant garamond light.
Cormorant Garamond Light Font and other canva font pairings.

FONT #9 LUTHIER

PAIRING IDEAS

  • Luthier and forum.
  • Sacramento and luthier.
  • Cormorant garamond light and luthier.
Luthier Font and other canva fonts to use in your graphics.

FONT #10 LEMON TUESDAY

PAIRING IDEAS

  • Cormorant garamond light and lemon tuesday.
  • Forum and lemon tuesday.
  • Lemon tuesday and luthier.
Lemon Tuesday font and other fonts to use in your graphics.

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I hope you liked these Canva fonts. What are some of your favorite Canva fonts to use in your graphics? Let me know in the comments below! Also, if you would like me to share more font pairing ideas (trust me, I have soooooo many), please let me know! I’m thinking about doing a similar posts with Canva Pro fonts, so let me know if that’s something that would interest you!

Until next time,

Gabby Abigail

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Comments (1)

  • Sarah

    April 11, 2021 at 10:13 am

    Oooo this was such an interesting blog post. I’m pretty bad at finding a few fonts and sticking exclusively to them, so this post reminded me that I need to expand my font list a bit lol. You’ve clearly got an eye for design! I love how you paired Montserrat Classic and Lemon Tuesday together. I use Glacial Indifference with Dancing Script (I think?) a lot.

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