I think it is really important to start off by learning some of the functions of Design Space. One of the most common questions I get is people asking how to slice on Cricut projects. If you are asking yourself that same question then this is the tutorial for you! For this project I am
If you are brand new to using the Cricut, I feel that papercraft projects are the best ones to start with. You can use any paper or cardstock you like, it will not cost a lot of money to get started and you will feel a huge sense of accomplishment for completing your first project!
I hope that you have been enjoying my 25 Days of Disney Christmas crafts! Not only have you be able to see some great projects you can make with your Cricut, but you have also learned a lot of information about how to use many of the functions in Cricut Design Space. Isn’t it great
When you get into crafting you will quickly learn that there are a lot of terms that you will have to learn. One of them is Heat Transfer Vinyl, also called HTV. This is the exact same thing as iron on vinyl. It simply means that you have to use heat to transfer your vinyl