In this mini course, Emily teaches you her steps for a basic Print Then Cut project using the Design Space software on the Cricut cutting machine.
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Not everyone has a cricket machine, or want one. I was interested in the paper doll making for my niece, isn’t there a different way to create paperdolls?
Yes! You can simply print these out and cut them by hand. Enjoy!
Thanks Emily, I just needed a refresher course. Tim
How do you start the course? I only have video 5 here?
The video is “5 steps” so all 5 are in the one video.
Thanks, Emily! I think you’re a wonderful addition to the Lia Griffith team!
We do agree! 🙂
Congratulations Emily! Wonderful tutorial!
Bravo, Emily. Nice job.
Very informative video. I understand the print then cut process, but am having trouble making stickers. Everything looks correct but when I send it to print the text and image come out thick and blurry. If you have any idea of what I’m doing wrong, would love your input. The entire Lia Griffith team do an excellent job.
If it is blurry on the edges, that is to help the cut to not leave a white edge if it is slightly off. If it is blurry inside the image, you might have an image that is not high enough resolution for the size you are trying to print. Hope that helps!
Emily, This tutorial is AWESOME! And paper dolls! I’ve been wanting to make some for my 4 and 8 year old granddaughters for quite some time. Yay! Thank you for your concise, detailed instructions. It will make it easier for me and so much fun for my granddaughters to help! Coleen Barnes
Thank you! So glad you enjoyed it and hope your granddaughters do, too!
Great job with this Emily!
Thank you for this tutorial Emily!
This was a fun one to watch her film! Debut solo tutorial. 😉
whoops no video?
Hi Jeff! The video isn’t done yet. We accidentally published this page a little early 🙂 But it’s coming soon!