Cricut Design Space for Beginners – Where to Start

Cricut Design Space for beginners is hard to learn. I hate that!

So knowing where to start is not easy either.

I have heard this from many members of my Addicted to Cricut Facebook Group, so I decided to do an intro to Cricut Design Space for beginners.

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Cricut Design Space for Beginners

HERE IS YOUR JUMPING OFF PLACE!

I decided to do a video just to get Cricut beginners started. This isn’t a video about all the features of Cricut Design Space. This is a video that gives you real buttons to push to actually make something.

Are you a Cricut Design Space beginner that is ready to make something? Watch this video and get started today!

If you want to know how to upload your own images or images you have bought to Cricut Design Space, my video “How to Upload Images to Cricut Design Space” will guide you step by step. Don’t be afraid, this is a really easy process.

The one thing to keep in mind is that all image files are not a like. Cricut Design Space uses SVG image files, but you can upload JPEG and PNG too. This video will show you how and how to “clean” them up to use in Cricut Design Space.

If you love cursive font and want to use a beautiful one, then you will need to know how to connect cursive font. For some reason, Cricut Design Space gives us beautiful cursive font but none of the letters touch. How silly is that?

Have no fear…I have a video for that. My video on “How to Connect Cursive Font in Cricut Design Space” will guild through that process. It is pretty easy. Don’t worry.

If you can’t find the right font for your project, now is a good time to learn how to upload new fonts to your computer and then be able to use within Cricut Design Space. Check out my video, “How To Upload Fonts To Cricut Design Space” for step by step help. You will thank me for this one.

Ok….this is your jumping off point. So go open your Cricut boxes, get them set up and get to crafting. If you still need help setting your Cricut machine up, there is a link below that will walk you through.

Related: How To Set Up the Cricut Explore Air 2

Happy Crafting!

P.S. Feel free to contact me with questions or concerns.  AddictedToCricut@outlook.com