Thank you Amanda for the Canva shoutout! Your blog is lovely, and your tips needs to be read! Check out her post "How to add graphic and text to your photos when you're not a graphic designer" for some serious info on making your ideas come to life without having the technical know-how.
How to Put a Picture Inside Text with Free Clipping Masks
Do you struggle to find on-level informational texts for your students to read? These Life Cycle Articles come in two formats (two-page with photos and one page with just text) and include QR Codes for additional research via web sites and videos, and a Fact Sheet useful for sorting. These are perfect for second grade and third grade classrooms studying life cycles in science.
We want to incorporate some "top down" photos, similar to all of these food pictures/sites we've been pinning. We'll be using our own products, trinkets, and items that LOOK like our brand. The use of a top-down photo for the footer is intriguing. We love the galleries: large photos AND large thumbnails underneath each featured photo. Also, on the homepage, we enjoy the unique treatment of the photos and text combo that click into the galleries (under View the Selected Work section).