Cricut Design Space Basics: Writing with Pens

The ability to write text on projects opens up lots of creative possibilities! I love using Cricut pens to write sentiments on the inside of my cards. In this tutorial, I’ll show the basics of creating written text in Design Space.

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Cricut Design Space Basics: Uploading SVG Files

One of the most popular and powerful features of Cricut Design Space is the ability to upload your own images to use in projects. Uploading to SVGs to Design Space only takes a few simple steps.

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CRICUT DESIGN SPACE Basics: Uploading JPEG Files

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One of the most popular features of Cricut Design Space is the ability to upload your own images to use in projects. File types compatible with Design Space include .jpg, .bmp, .png, .gif, .svg, and .dxf. In this post, I’ll show how to upload a JPEG file.

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Design Space Basics: Copy/Paste between Projects

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.

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Cricut Design Space Basics: Simple Card Design

If you are new to Cricut, you may be wondering where to begin. Cardmaking is an excellent way to build confidence. This tutorial will walk you through how to build a card from scratch in Design Space.

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Cricut Design Space Basics: Group

Grouping allows you to move and size images, layers, and/or text together on the design screen in Design Space. This post will help you understand when to use this feature.

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Cricut Design Space Basics: Write then Cut / Draw then Cut

The write/draw then cut feature opens up lots of possibilities for embellishing and personalizing your projects. Your Cricut uses a pen or marker to write on an image to be cut. This feature can be used for writing text or drawing images on cut shapes.

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