The tutorial for how to use color sync in Cricut Design Space will help to streamline all your projects before you get to the cutting mat.
Do you ever finish making up a project in Cricut Design Space, go over to cut it and realize that you have four different mats with different shades of black?
This can happen if you have used multiple images from the images tab. They can all use slightly different shades similar colors.
It’s a very easy fix. All you do is go up into the top right-hand corner right under the green Make It button there is an option for Color Sync.
When you click Color Sync it will pull up every single item on your project and they will all be sorted into groups of the same color.
In my example picture, I have six different shades of green happening.
So if you have six different shades of green in the color sync tab you’re going to have six different green cutting mats when you go to make your project.
If that’s how you want your project that’s great. But if you want to simplify it and have one green cutting mat, all you have to do is simply drag-and-drop items into the different colors.
The drag-and-drop method allows you to easily change the color of items without having to go into each individual layer and manually change the color.
If you want to change the color of everything under one shade, such as combine similar colors to one mat, you can simply grab the color shade bar on the left-hand side and pull that into the color you want to switch it to.
It’s as simple as that. So instead of having a project that has 15 different colors of cutting mat you can have four or five. Whatever you would like.
For more visual representation I’ve included a video below talking about Color Sync. If you found it helpful people subscribe to my YouTube channel.
For more Cricut Design Space help check out the rest of my Cricut Design Space 101 series.