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When added to your design, elements in Canva are displayed in layers. Front layers are on top of layers at the back. When you start to create more complex Canva designs, it can become tricky to properly position your elements. This Canva tutorial will teach you how to adjust layers in Canva, in just a few, simple steps!
How to Adjust Layers in Canva
1. Add Desired Elements
Add the elements that you want to use to your Canva design.
2. Duplicate Original Image
Here we have this bottle and cool frame that we want to layer. Just put your main element behind the element you want to set as a frame around it. So we will put the bottle at the back of the frame.
3. Insert Original Image Inside Letter Frame
Copy the original element and put it above the frame. Crop it as if it is piercing through the frame. It may take multiple-layer if the frame is multi-angle. Here it took only one layer to adjust.
4. Insert Original Image Inside Letter Frames
Put the second element on the frame and the first element precisely. It will give you a good split-through effect.
Canva is an amazing graphic design tool, and I hope you found this tutorial covering how to adjust layers in Canva, useful! Click here to read our comprehensive Canva Guide. If you are interested in downloading Canva or trying Canva Pro for free, click here. Below are several related Canva tutorials that you might find useful: