Want to learn to create your own vision board online?
Making vision boards is one of my favourite things to do! I’m going to take you through the steps I take to make my vision boards online!
As you probably know, working on my mindset is one of the most important things I do for my own development but also the growth of my businesses. If you haven’t read my post ‘9 ways to improve your mindset‘, then make sure you head over and have a read.
Mindset is the thing that sets you apart from other entrepreneurs and business owners. If you can work on that, you’ll see great growth in your business and life.
I love using a vision board as a visual representation of where I want to be and my goals. When I look at it, it really helps me get that beautiful feeling of already having what I want. It’s so important to cultivate those feeling of having it, not desiring it. When we desire something, it comes from a position of lack, not of abundance. Shifting this perspective will do wonders for your growth and a vision board will help you get there!
Let’s get to making our vision board online!
Step 1: Create a Pinterest board.
Create a new Pinterest board where you collect images, quotes and other inspiring things. I like to make my board secret but that’s not essential.
Just start pinning, don’t think about it too much. This is the first step to get an overall feel of what you’re aiming for and then you’ll refine it.
Step 2: Select the images you want to use and save them to your computer.
Keep them organised in a ‘vision board’ folder on your computer so that you can easily add more as you need!
Step 3: Upload them to Canva
Canva’s a great tool for creating digital products and it’s perfect for your vision board! Simple load up the images you want to use.
If you want to use any words or quotes, you can create these in Canva as well.
Step 4: Create your template
There are loads of templates in Canva or you can create your own. I created my own by starting with an A4 blank page and then added four photo grids to it. When you’re using images from Pinterest, make sure you have loads of space for portrait shaped images.
You can have a play around here until you have the layout that you like.
I also then added a couple of other elements, including shapes to add words to. I created my phrases in illustrator but they could be easily created in Canva. I just wanted to use specific fonts that I don’t have loaded in Canva.
Step 5: Download and save or print your vision board
Now that you’re happy with it, it’s time to save it and print it if you want. You could also use it as your desktop or screen saver.
Make sure you have it somewhere you’ll be able to see every day. Seeing it consistently is key and as I mentioned earlier, make sure you’re seeing it as though it’s already true. Not from a place of desire but a place of abundance (this is really, really important!!!!).
Here’s my final vision board.
I’ve printed it out and pinned it up in my office. I mix them up every 6-12 months to keep it interesting, even though there’s definitely a common theme with mine!
I’d love to see yours! Feel free to share it in the comments!