Cricut Design Space 101 is a beginner’s guide that contains tips and tricks for newbies and seasoned users alike.
You just got your new Cricut. Yay! But… Now what? No worries! I got you.
I know that learning new design programs can be intimidating. When you are trying to take a design from an idea to a cut-able image it can be frustrating when you don’t know how to do it.
In this post, you will find a collection of posts that contain videos I have made to show you how to use some of the helpful features in Cricut Design Space. I take you through step by step so that you can recreate the results at home.
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Want to use fonts from your computer in Design Space? Easy! I’ll show you beginning to end, from how to download to using it in Design Space.
Update: It no longer has to be done by hand! There’s a button for that.
In Design Space this has to be done manually. Don’t worry, it’s not as tricky as it sounds.
Have you ever typed a word, specifically in a script font, to find all the letters are separated? I’ll show you two ways to make them touch for one continuous hand-lettered word.
Sometimes Design Space doesn’t have quite the image you are looking for. I show you how to get your own into Design Space so that you can make your custom designs.
If you are wanting to cut something, Slice is your tool. I’ll show you some tips and tricks to use it.
Weld is the glue that holds individual shapes together. Check out how and when you want to use Weld.
Are your shapes moving all over your cutting mat? Then Attach is your friend.
Contour is a great way to customize some of the images in Design Space.
No more eyeballing here. Get your shapes perfectly lined up and centered.
How to use the Colors Sync layer
Using multiple designs but only want to use a few colors? Color Sync is the way to go!
If you ever wanted to cut larger than 11.5″ x 23.5″ then this one is for you!
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