Canva x Printcloud - Print your Canva files with Printcloud

Canva x Printcloud - Print your Canva files with Printcloud

Canva x Printcloud

Looking for a way to print your Canva files? Like many small businesses, realtors and startups you might be using Canva to design your marketing material. Printcloud can help you with the printing process, whether it is business cards, postcards or labels that you designed on Canva - we can help you print it! 

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to download Canva files with bleed and submit them for printing on Printcloud:

  1. Create your design in Canva: Start by creating your design using the Canva platform. Choose your preferred template, add your text, images, and other elements to make your design look professional.

  2. Add bleed: To add bleed to your design, click on the "Download" button, and then select "PDF-Print." In the "PDF Options" window, select the "Use Bleed" option, and set the bleed value to 0.125 inches.

  3. Download the PDF file: After setting the bleed value, click on the "Download PDF" button, and save the file to your computer.

  4. Now select a product on printcloud from the products page - For example Business Cards, Postcards, Flyers or Posters. Upload the file and select your preferred printing options, and add your product to cart.

  5. If you selected the proof option on the product page: Printcloud will send you a digital proof of your design for review. Check for any errors or discrepancies, and approve the proof if everything looks good.

By following these steps, you can ensure that your Canva design has the necessary bleed for high-quality printing ready to submit to Printcloud. Printcloud offers an easy and convenient way to get your designs printed, with quick turnaround times and affordable prices.


Printcloud offers free shipping across the Greater Toronto Area, Canada and the US on all orders over $149.
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