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Split Monogram

In my last blog post I showed you how to design a split monogram in Cricut Design Space. If you need to go back and review that post you can click HERE. Now we are going to look at how to apply that split monogram to a project. I actually have three variations on the

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Cricut split letter monogram how to how to slice on Cricut

Split Letter Monogram

A split letter monogram can be a beautiful piece of artwork for your home, and can make an wonderful gift to give. They typically created with a gap or split in the middle of a letter, with a straight line at the top and bottom of that split, with a family name placed between those

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Cricut Print and Cut Shirt

Cricut Print and Cut

Did you know that with an ordinary inkjet home printer, some printable heat transfer sheets and your Cricut you can make an adorable Cricut Print and Cut shirt like this one. Today I am going to show you how easy this process is! If you have never done a Cricut Print then Cut project I

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diy mother's day gift

DIY Mother’s Day gift

If you are looking for some DIY Mother’s Day gift inspiration this collection is for you! Each one of these projects can be personalize to fit the hobbies or interests of your Mother. Once you find the DIY Mother’s Day gift you want to make, just click on the tutorial link for that project to

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Grandma Shirt

Grandma Shirt

If you are looking for a great Mother’s Day gift idea, you will love this Grandma Shirt project. It is created using the knockout text process that I taught you in my last post. If you missed that tutorial you can click HERE. Grandma Shirt Supplies: Shirt HTV/Iron On Vinyl – you will need two

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knockout text tutorial

Knockout Text

Today I am going to show you a project that combines using the Offset and Slice features in Design Space. Typically these are called knockout text projects, since you will be knocking out our removing a portion of the design to draw more emphasis to a portion of the text. You can see in the

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