Cricut Design Space Basics. Video and written tutorials on how to use the basic functions of Cricut Design Space design software for use with the Cricut Explore and Maker machines.
As most of you know, I love my Cricut. I think having an electronic die cutting machine in your craft room is such a versatile tool. Over the years I have made a lot of projects using my Cricut machines. You can use it to make shirts with iron-on, stickers, create a stencil with vinyl, for card making and scrapbooking, and so much more.
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Cricut Design Space Basics Tutorials
I did a series on how to use the Cricut Explore Air 2 machine, but I thought it would be helpful to go over Cricut Design Space™ basics. Cricut Design Space is the software you use to design your projects with Cricut Explore and Maker machines.
I get so many questions on how to use the different features of Design Space, therefore this will be a way for you to learn about each feature available in Design Space. For each post, I will share a different feature of Design Space and a video tutorial to go with it.
Bookmark or pin this page so you can check back often for how to use each of these features.
Start here: The first post you will want to read is How to Install Cricut Design Space for Desktop. (The online version of Cricut Design Space expired on January 29, 2020, and now ONLY the desktop version is available for use on your computer.)
- How to Use Group and Attach
- How to Use Slice
- How to Use Weld
- How to Use Flatten
- How to Use Contour
- How to Use Color Sync
I will update the above links as each post is added to the blog and YouTube. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to get updates as new videos are posted.
What questions do you have about Cricut Design Space?
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