Have you ever wondered how to use the Slice tool in Cricut Design Space?
You can use the Slice tool in Cricut Design Space to split images or to slice words out of images. Doesn’t that sound interesting? I sure thought so.
So I decided to teach myself and I am so excited that I did. Slicing is my favorite tool to use in Cricut Design Space.
So…How do you use the Slice Tool in Cricut Design Space?
The biggest secret to Slicing in Cricut Design Space is remembering that you can only slice 2 things. Slicing one from the other.
I know that sounds like…duh. But listen to me. Sometimes we don’t realize that we have more than one layer and we try to Slice but it won’t let us.
Look on the right hand side of the canvas, how many layers do you have according to that? I have 3. Can you see that?
So when you are trying to Slice make sure you only have two pieces.
Once you have that done, highlight your first piece, I usually pick the smallest and then press your shift key down on your keyboard and hold while clicking on the other design piece. Then click Slice.
Every time you slice it will give you 3 pieces, I don’t know, just go with it. Delete the pieces you don’t want.
That’s it! You have now just Sliced.
How do you use the Slice Tool in Cricut Design Space…The Video
I learn so much better when I can see it being done, so I love making videos for my friends that like that too.
How to Slice Words out of Images or Images out of Words?
This design is called a Knockout Design and it is fun and easy to do.
Don’t let it intimidate you.
The secret is choosing a thick font, I use Impact, and then making sure that your image will look good within that text.
I have a video on how I did this over on my blog, How to Make Cricut Knockout Designs.
Check it out and yes…there is a video.
How to Slice Monogram Letters in Cricut Design Space?
I made this for myself and I have gotten so many compliments on it. It really was easy and I have a tutorial video for this too. It’s below this.
It was a little tricky getting it on the floating glass frame, but I did it in segments and not all at the same time. That helped a lot.
Don’t let it intimidate you, you can do this!
Ok, now you know how to use the Slice tool in Cricut Design Space. Go try it…you are gonna love this!
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