Accepted +Martin Shervington's #CanvaQuest Challenge to Share Canva Designs--Luckily I Already Did Some

+Martin Shervington gave me a #CanvaQuest challenge, and I accepted, because I'm a big fan of Canva!

However, I had no time to create something new, so I'm sharing an image I've already done: my mauilibrarian2 in Olinda blog header.

The header is  just the way I like it, celebrating Maui's many rainbows (symbolic of bright hopes and dreams), with a banner in my favorite color to complement the greenery, and an all-encompassing phrase that describes exactly what I do: 

"Curating, organizing, and testing the EDUverse ... with aloha.

Our school's library is on the left, and Cooper House, the original, foundational building of our campus is on the right. Again, symbolic.

I was so pleased with the design that I announced it on Google+:

I did a couple of other designs as well:

for a Google hangout, and

for a G+ school photo album.

I definitely will continue to explore Canva's capabilities. I'd like to create how-to infographics, posters, and whatever catches my fancy.

Luckily, summer is right around the corner and I'll have more time to play with Canva.

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Of course, Canva is not my only design app of choice. I enjoy Google slide presentations, which is how I created this goodie to contribute to +Michelle Carlson Colte's "GAFE14 Take-aways" 6 Words 1 Pic" project, for the Google in Education Hawaii summit in March.

+Molly Schroeder+Wendy Gorton and me
I also like Skitch and I combined it with PowerPoint to do this promo slide for our 6th graders' Shadow Box project display in the library:

I don't consider myself an artist by any stretch of the imagination. But I do like to try new things, and it's fun to have Canva in my editing toolbox!


P. S. GO, Team A, GO!