Cricut Design Space Basics: Slice and Weld

Slicing and welding are used when separating or combining images in Design Space. This tutorial has the basics you need to know to use them.

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Cricut Joy Troubleshooting: “Project Incompatible” Error

The Cricut Joy is a great little machine, but it does have some limitations. If your design exceeds those limitations either in size or functionality, you may get a “Project incompatible” error when you open the project. Here is some information on how find what the error is and to resolve it.

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Mother’s Day Cards with the Cricut Joy

There are many Mother’s Day cards in Design Space that can be easily adapted to cut with the Cricut Joy. All of these cards use the Cricut Joy Card Mat. Here are a few that I made in just a few minutes each.

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Designing a Card for the Cricut Joy

The Cricut Joy Card Mat is a great tool for making cards quickly and easily. There are some fun designs in Design Space, but you can also create your own insert cards in just a few steps.

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Which Cricut machine is right for me?

If you are new to Cricut crafting, you may be wondering which Cricut model to get. I’m going to do my best to answer this question briefly but thoroughly. These are my opinions and observations after using these machines. The information below is about the currently available machines, which all use the same free software, Design […]

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Card Making Basics with the Cricut Joy

There are lot of easy and fun card projects in Design Space for the Cricut Joy. Cricut’s Insert Cards make it possible to assemble cards without adhesive! In this tutorial, I’ll cover the basics of creating a card using one of the Ready to Make projects from Design Space.

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Cricut Joy™ Unboxing

I received my Cricut Joy today, and I’m already having fun unboxing it and using it!

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