Video tutorial of how to set up and install a Cricut Explore Air 2. Includes the basics of Design Space attach, weld, contour, slice tools. Machine calibration for print then cut and using the curve text feature. Downloading and uploading SVG files as well as downloading and installing fonts.
An excellent video tutorial shows you how to use the group, weld, slice and attach tools in your Cricut Design Space.
As you can see in the video, on the Cricut Design Space you can upload not only the SVG files but also the PNG and JPG images too. Watch the video to learn how to do it.
Learn how to use Cricut Design Space on your phone and cut iron-on glitter transfer paper with your cutting machine. A fun video of how to make a Harry Potter DIY T-shirt by yourself.
Seen in the video:
- Huge Harry Potter clip art and font cut file collection you can download here: Harry Potter for Cricut
Learn how to use Cricut Design Space on your tablet and cut faux leather with your cutting machine. Fun and easy way to make outstanding DIY earrings.
The summer holiday is full of fun, activities, and adventures. Scout camps, hiking, traveling, and of course, swimming is a small part of all things to do in the summer holidays.
Every child loves to wear something special on the first day of school and the afterparty. There are a lot of beautiful t-shirts to buy, but they are very similar, and usually, it ends up that every second student wears “welcome back to school,” “school is cool,” etc. shirt.
Why not make your own Back To School DIY t-shirt?
Your mobile phone is full of your kid’s photos. Just choose a few best photos, upload them to the design tool, adjust the shape and size, add some text, and your design is ready. You can be sure that your child’s back to school t-shirt is 100% unique, and no one will have the same tee. Click the button below and try yourself to create a Back To School DIY t-shirt. It’s fun and easy!
Take a look at a couple of examples