If you are trying the print then cut feature for the first time, you may be confused if your image prints out blurry. This tutorial will take you through the steps to prepare your design for print then cut and make your image print the way you want it to look.
Version 7.3.95 of Design Space released on March 1, and the big thing users will notice has to do with generating text. The separate text editing box is gone, and text is now added directly to the text box on the design canvas.
Design Space allows users to share projects that don’t contain uploaded images with other Design Space users. This tutorial will take you through the steps of opening a shared Design Space file and saving it to your account.
Contour is a handy tool for hiding unneeded cuts and separating images that can’t be ungrouped. Uploaded images often can’t be ungrouped, and occasionally, this will occur with a Design Space image. This tutorial will take you through the steps of using contour to customize your designs.
It’s now possible to move images and text between projects in Design Space. If you have an image or text that you’ve edited and want to copy to another project, it’s easy to just copy and paste between open Design Space windows.
I recently updated the video that goes with this post: Here is a direct link to the new video which will show you how to create a background for a print then cut image that needs one: Click here to go to my YouTube channel where you can find this and all my other videos.