Colored materials or materials containing any kind of pattern may interfere with the cut sensor marks being read by the Cricut Explore machine. Use 8 ½” x 11” white materials for all your Print then Cut projects with Cricut Explore. Glossy paper may interfere with the machine’s ability to read the cut sensor marks.
The Monique Griffith Design Team consists of 4 Cricut Designers: Monique, Wendy Lawrence, Susan Rees and Becca Rees. We specialize in making Cricut Project Kits that you can make on your own with your Cricut, learning more about your bug in the process. You just need your Cricut Expression, the required cartridge(s), and a few basic tools.
Jul 25, 2018 · If you’d like to check out more of my Cricut Design Space tutorials., you can scroll through the video tutorials tab here! Also, if you’d like to see all the amazing things your Cricut can do, make sure to read my Ultimate Resource Guide of Cricut Ideas here! Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a creative day!
Get your Christmas designs off to a great start with our library of over 200 free holiday fonts, backgrounds, clip art, images, borders and so much more.
The designs can be cut from different materials: paper, regular and heat transfer vinyl, stencil material etc. Just download the files you like and cut them using your cutting machine (Cricut, Silhouette etc.). You can use the heat transfer designs on t-shirts, bags, pillows and mugs, create your own…
Jul 25, 2018 · Next, repeat this process with the other fabrics, following the Design Space prompts. You’ll soon have all your fabrics cut perfectly (make sure to read my note below about directional fabrics!). Notice my border and binding fabrics are still in their original yardage – I cut them later using the rotary cutter and mat.
Jul 27, 2018 · Make It! Cut Your Design. Click the Make It button in the top right and follow the instructions in Design Space to cut your finished design! If you think you will use this again, don’t forget you can SAVE it in your projects in Cricut Design Space.
Oct 20, 2018 · If your design is a simple shape like a circle or a square, you can insert a white shape from the shapes panel, make it a little smaller than the border image, put it behind the original image, select all, and flatten. UPDATE: There have been some Design Space changes since this tutorial was written.