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Choosing Pinterest fonts can be challenging sometimes, so today I’m sharing with you 10 best free Canva font combinations that are perfect for pins.
And designing eye-catching, aesthetic pins is one of the biggest challenge when it comes to this.
I know I’ve spent so much time going through all the fonts on Canva trying to find two or three that go well together.
Today I’m saving you some time with these 10 easy pairings you can use for your pins straight away, along with a few quick tips on how to make your pin stand out.
Let’s get started, shall we?
You will notice a pattern in these font pairings that is quite a universal rule everyone uses on Pinterest.
And it works!
That pattern is: you either use bold font + thin font, or an all caps regular font with a script cursive one. This works best on Pinterest because it is easy to follow and it’s more eye-catching.
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Using all the same font in your pin looks a bit boring.
It might work for some people, but as a general rule it is best to use two or three different types of fonts.
Along with this, keep colours simple. Go for 2-3 colours max.
I usually choose black and pink or something along those lines.
10 Best Canva Font Pairings
Here are the 10 font pairings that are Pinterest approved and great for your next pin.
The left column is an example and the right column features the names of the font in Canva.
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I hope these Pinterest fonts ideas make your choice easier the next time you’re designing a pin.
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