Want to learn how to use Cricut Design Space Print Then Cut? I’ve got you covered!
Not only will I teach you how to print then cut with Cricut Design Space, I also have a super fun FREE Valentine Cut File that we can craft together to help you learn!
No Cricut yet? No worries! I’ve got you covered with a PDF version of these little cutie Valentines that you can easily cut out by hand!
What You’ll Learn In This Cricut Design Space Video
In this video I’m going to show you multiple things you’ll love about your Cricut! You’ll learn:
- How To Upload A Print Then Cut SVG and JPEG
- How To Use The Attach Feature In Cricut Design Space
- How To Apply A Pattern To An Image In Cricut Design Space
- How To Use The Scoring Wheel With Cricut Maker
- How To Print Then Cut From Start To Finish In Cricut Design Space
Supplies For This Valentine Design Space Print Then Cut Project
- Cricut Maker
- Standard Grip Mat (12×12)
- Scoring Wheel
- White Cardstock
- Printer (Here’s My Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer, LOVE IT)
- 3-D Foam Adhesive Squares
- Optional: Ruler, Clear 18 inch
Watch The Design Space Print Then Cut Video
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Download Soda Valentines Files
Download all the files you need to make this super cute Print Then Cut Valentine in Design Space.
Or, if you don’t have a Cricut yet (notice I said yet), download the pdf version (with different patterns since we added these patterns in Cricut Design Space).
More Cricut Design Space Craft Ideas & Video Tutorials
- Monogram Pajamas With Cricut Maker
- Make A Unicorn T Shirt With Cricut
- Make A Handmade Photo Card With Cricut Maker
- Monogram Pajamas With Cricut
As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!
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You ROCK! Valentine – Free Template seen first on The Celebration Shoppe.