Using Digital Paper/Patterns in Design Space

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.

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New Video: Creating a Background for a Print then Cut Image

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.

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Design Space Print then Cut Valentine Coloring Cards

These little coloring cards in Design Space are perfect for kids to give to their friends. In this tutorial, I will show you how to convert them to print then cut to save time when producing a larger number of these.

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Penguin Gift Tag/Ornament

This week’s free images in Design Space are from JGoode Designs – Penguins. Here’s a quick and easy project you can make with them.

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Print then Cut in Cricut Design Space

One of the most asked about features in Design Space is Print then Cut. It can be a little intimidating at first, but once you see how it’s done, I think you’ll find that it’s a really handy tool which will save you lots of time. The term Print then Cut means that images are printed […]

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