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How do I favorite a project?

The Cricut Community makes it easy for you to share your projects with other Cricut users. Create a profile in just a few minutes then share your projects easily from inside Design Space. Once your projects have been published, it’s easy to share with your friends on social media.

 

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  1. To favorite a project on the Cricut Community, navigate to https://community.cricut.com

    Navigate to http://community.cricut.com

     

  2. Click on the three-bar menu in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. Click on on the “Sign In” link. Enter your Cricut ID and password.

    Sign In - Account Menu

     

  3. Once logged in, navigate to a project you want to favorite. This can be a project on your own profile or a project you found while searching the site.

    Find a project to favorite

     

  4. Click on the star-shaped Favorite icon on the project tile or if you have the project open, click on the star-shaped Favorite icon below the project photo.

    Click on star-shaped Favorite icon_Project Tile

    Click on star-shaped Favorite icon_Project Details

     

  5. The star-shaped Favorite icon will turn solid if you click it and the total number of favorites for that project will increase by one.

    Favorite icon will turn solid

     

  6. If you click the star-shaped Favorite icon again, it will return to its outlined state and the total number of Favorites for that project will decrease by one.

    Click again to Unfavorite

     

  7. On your profile, click on the Favorites tab to see all of the projects that you have favorited. There’s no limit to the number of projects you can favorite and this list will make it easy for you to find the projects you’d like to make later.

    View favorited projects