You may have seen digital papers for sale on many of the popular SVG sites and not known how to use them in Cricut projects. Digital papers can be uploaded to Design Space and used as a pattern fill for print then cut images. I like using them instead of buying a large package of patterned paper from which I might only use a few sheets. I’ll show you two different methods of using these digital papers in Design Space.
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.
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.
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.
If you are having trouble opening shared projects, are getting stuck in a login loop, or Design Space is giving you a blank screen, you may not be using the latest version of Cricut Design Space. Here’s how to solve this issue.