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Free Cricut font

Free Cricut Font

When you are creating projects with your Cricut picking the right font for the project is very important.  If you are anything like me, you like to use free fonts.  So let me show you how to find a free Cricut font. First off, we are going to take a look at the fonts already

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Disney Cricut images and fonts

Disney Cricut

If you know me you know that there are a couple of things I love to talk about, including Disney and crafting. Today I want to talk to you specifically about copyright laws in relationship to our Disney Cricut crafts. Whether you craft as a hobby or if you are crafting as a part of

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copyright law Cricut craft

Copyright Law

Why am I talking about copyright law on a crafting blog? As crafters, we use images and saying in our projects. Whether we are using those images for personal use or for commercial use, we should have a basic knowledge of trademark and copyright law. Since I am not an expert in this topic I

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offset in Cricut Design Space

Offset in Cricut Design Space

If you are a Cricut user you are going to be very excited about the most recent update. You can now add a shadow or offset in Cricut Design Space to your fonts, shapes and images. What is Offset? Before I get into explaining how to use the new Offset feature in Cricut Design Space,

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Garden Gnome cricut project for beginners

Garden Gnome

It is starting to feel like spring!  If you enjoy getting out in the garden or garden themed crafts, the adorable garden gnome might be just the project for you!  I will show you how I created him using patterned HTV for his clothing. Supplies Blank canvas Patterned HTV – for this project I am

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Cricut Valentine's Day coloring card

Coloring Card

Have you seen the Valentine’s Day coloring card that are a hot project right now? Today I am going to show you how to make them with your Cricut and give you a free svg for the card. All you have to do is add the image to color in! Supplies Needed: White cardstock Cricut

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