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Learn how to make knockout designs in Cricut Design Space without any special software! These lovely knockout designs make wonderful personalized signs, shirts, totes, and mugs. I show you how to do the knockout technique in Cricut Design Space and then show you how to layer the knockout design in vinyl and apply it to a ceramic tile.
The reason they do this is that it's a CUTTING machine so it's showing you where the machine will be cutting the outline. Some people prefer this but for me I like to have my designs filled in as I have more of a creative eye and like to see what it will look like completed.
Go into “Shapes” and make a square. Resize it to how big you want the shaker panel to be on your card. I am making a 6×6 inch card and I want a border of my base card around the edge, so I’ve made the square 5×5 inches in Design Space. Position your image on top of the square and resize it as appropriate.
I used this method below to outline the word “happy” before I actually cut it out. All of the outlining on the word “happy” is done with a black marker from the Cricut “Basic” color collection. The basic pack contains three black and two brown markers. The other Cricut marker sets have more variety.
Open Design Space and find a pretty border image by clicking “Images” and then searching for “border” or “square” in the Cricut Access search box. Make the pretty shape the full width that you measured, then click “Shapes” and insert a square. Make the square slightly smaller than the pretty border image.
Mar 29, 2019 · I am going to make three squares, all the same size. To do this go to the shapes button on the left hand side of the screen in Design Space. Insert one square and then stretch it to make it bigger than the size of the flag. This square represents the stencil material you will be cutting. Now right click on that square and duplicate it twice.
Hi Cricut cutters. Today we are going to walk you through the process of importing our svg files in to Design Space. Log in to Design Space Click the Create New Project button Click the Upload Image button Click the Vector Upload button Click the Browse button and locate your svg file that you want to import The file will be uploaded to Design Space and will appear in the Uploaded Images ...