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In this video, we'll upload a basic image to Design Space to use as a Print then Cut image. If the phrase Print Then Cut make no sense to you, here’s the deal, Print Then Cut is an easy way to create full-color graphics for your projects using your home...
In this video, we’ll learn how to upload a basic image to Design Space and convert it into cut lines. We'll also learn how to tell Design Space which parts of the image to keep and which parts to eliminate.
In this video, we'll show you how to exponentially expand your creative library by learning how to upload vector files. Or you might call them SVG’s .
In this video, we’ll cover the two main types of Images you can upload to Design Space. I’ll also touch on some benefits — and challenges — for each.
In this video, we'll give you the lowdown on the upload icon. Probably the most powerful tool to express your Cricut Creativity.
In this video, we’ll cover the Shapes icon, and we’ll briefly cover the Line Type called Score. If you like making custom cards, you’ll probably use both Shapes and Score a lot!