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Great graphic design is the secret super power behind many content creators. However, for many content creators, graphic design is either too time consuming to tackle or too expensive when outsourced to professional designers. Luckily, Canvahas made creating your own custom designs much easier. In this tutorial, our team of design experts will cover how to create a peel off text effect in Canva.
How to Create a Peel Off Text Effect in Canva
1. Open Blank Page and Add Black Background
Get a blank page with Black background color and the text.
2. Add Rectangle From Elements Section
Duplicate the page with the text and give the text a little bit different color. Download it with PNG format and transparent background. If you are not a pro user, you can use remove.bg for removing the background.
3. Re-Upload text in Canva
Reupload the text in Canva and put it over the original text page. Make it a little small so that the overlaid page won’t be set as background.
4. Add Text Effects to Second Image
Go to the ‘Edit Image’ and select the Bad TV option. You can choose any of the available options. Here we are selecting the ‘Warp’ option.
5. Change Image Filter Settings
Change the filter settings to the following.
Thick Distort – 6
Find Distort – 0
Roll speed – 2.5
And everything else – 0
6. Place Text Image Over Original Text
Place the text image over the original text.
7. Add 3D Properties to Text
For 3d Effect, go to the ‘Edit Image’ -> Shadows -> Drop option. Change the settings to the following.
Offset – 1
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