This video covers the basics of the insert images screen in Cricut Design Space.
Learn how to change the color of images that will be cut. In Cricut Design Space, the online design software for Cricut Explore, images are separated and placed on mats based on color. This tutorial teaches you how to select colors to match the materials you will cut.
Follow these step-by-step instructions to calibrate your Cricut Explore machine in order to use the Print then Cut feature of Cricut Design Space, the online design software for Cricut Explore. Print then Cut allows you to print an image on your home printer and then cut it out with your Cricut Explore machine. Print then Cut calibration is a series of simple cuts, questions, and answers designed to help your Cricut® machine cut exactly along the edge of your printed image.
This tutorial teaches you how to use the Layers panel in Cricut Design Space, the online design software for Cricut Explore. Take a tour of the tools in the Layers panel: Slice, Weld, Attach, Detach, Flatten, Contour, Group, Ungroup, Duplicate, and Delete. Find out how to change the line type to Cut, Write, Score, and Print then Cut plus how to change the color of images on the design screen.
The basics of our "Make It Now" projects including Cards, Scrapbooking, and Home Decor, all from professional designers that you can use.
In this video, you'll learn how to create and use custom material settings for your Cricut Explore machine.
In this video, you'll learn the details about saving projects in Cricut Design Space.
Cricut® Glitter Vinyl lets you create easily removable glitter stickers and decals, lettering, wall décor, and more for a variety of beautiful projects. With so many glittery colors from bold brights to shimmering metallics, you’ll find the perfect color to impact any project.
The Mat Preview in Cricut Design Space is for final edits and changes before sending your project to your Cricut cutting machine. This overview shows you how to make adjustments for optimal results. Here, you can choose the number of copies to cut, arrange images for maximum material use, mirror the mat for iron-on images, and more.
The Smart Set dial on your Cricut Explore personal cutting machine has options for cardstock, light cardstock, and paper. In this video, you'll find out how to determine which paper weight to use and what grip mat is needed for the supply you're using. We'll also show you all the paper tips and tricks we know so you can do it at home with your Cricut Explore.