Send heartfelt greetings to your loved ones on Makar Sankranti with a personalized greeting card designed on Canva
Observed in January every year, Makar Sankranti falls on the first day of sun’s transit into Capricorn (Makara). One of the only Hindu festivals which is celebrated according to the Gregorian calendar and not the lunar calendar, Makar Sankranti is celebrated all around India in different ways and it’s also given different names. From Lohri in the north to Bihu in Assam and Pongal in South India.
This year, wish your loved ones Makar Sankranti in style by sending them a greeting card created on Canva. With thousands of pre-designed templates, designing a card on Canva only takes a few minutes. All you have to do is pick a template, edit it, and share it online or print it. Before you ask, designing on Canva is absolutely free!
At Canva, you will find thousands of greeting card templates created by professional designers that you can quickly edit with intuitive drag and drop tools. To add a personal touch to your card, add images of your family from the last Makar Sankranti celebrations.
Don’t have any pictures of your own? Take advantage of our media library which has over a million images, graphics, and illustrations that you can add to your greeting card. Most of these elements are free, while only a few cost $1.
Send heartfelt wishes from your family this Makar Sankranti by designing a greeting card together with your family. You can share your designs with others on Canva to make sure your greeting card is nothing less than perfect.
To share your design, click on the share button and enter the email addresses of your family members. Do not forget to click on the ‘can edit’ box to give them edit access to your design. They will then be able to access your design through their Canva account.
Mail your greetings cards to all your loved ones by printing them out. Download the design in PDF-Print format which gives you a high quality of 300 DPI (Dots Per Inch) ensuring absolutely no pixelation.
You can also send your greeting card through messaging apps like WhatsApp, by downloading the design in JPG or PNG image format. Or just directly share it on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn by clicking on the share button.