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How to Make a Knock Out and/or Transparent Image

February 21, 2018

Upload an image to cut in Cricut Design Space

February 3, 2018

Cricut Design Space: Creating A Flower from Type

January 31, 2018

Using Fonts as Shapes in Cricut Design Space

January 31, 2018

Cricut Print then Cut with a Pattern

January 31, 2018

Creating a Bookmark with Cricut

January 31, 2018

Writing with the Cricut and Different Pen Sizes

January 31, 2018

Labeling your Cricut Mats

January 31, 2018

Cutting and Scoring - Explore Air 2

January 31, 2018

Candy Swirled Paper Ornament

November 27, 2017

This post is hosted at our sister site, Try it - Like it - Create it. The ornament was part of a Cricut Ornament Exchange. The free SVG file is included in the post. [visit post]

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Craft your own Christmas Napkin Rings

November 9, 2017

Another great project at our sister site Try it - Like it - Create it. The post contains a free SVG file. See how to craft your own Christmas Tree Napkin Rings

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How To Make Your Own Stamping Alignment Tool

November 7, 2017

Make your own stamping alignment tool for less than $10. See all the details on our sister site. #amazon #affiliate #stamping

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Spinning Hearts

January 31, 2017

The free SVG file and tutorial for the Spinning Hearts is on our sister site today. []

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Folded Bookmark

June 9, 2015

Want to learn how to make this folded bookmark? The instructions and free SVG file are at our sister site Try it - Like it. Enjoy! [link]

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How to Save an SVG

February 9, 2015

Ink Effects and Cricut

January 10, 2015

 I've been working with DecoArt Ink Effects paints. Traditionally, you would paint an image on regular copy paper and then use your iron to transfer the image to fabric. The ink works similar to a dye in that it isn't an iron on and doesn't affect the feel of the fabric. Instead of painting an i…

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