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A. Cricut Design Space only allows you to upload .jpg, .gif, .png, .bmp, .svg, or .dxf files. We exclusively use .svg files on our website. Our PDFs will NOT be able to be uploaded to Design Space.
After downloading the zip file from our website to your desktop, double click to unzip the file. In Design Space, go to Upload Images > Upload Image, and select to upload the desired .svg file from your desktop. For detailed instructions and a video on how to use our SVG cut files with a Cricut, please visit How To Use SVG Files For Cricut
A. You will need to purchase the Silhouette Designer Edition, which gives you the ability to upload your own files. For more information, please contact Silhouette’s Customer Service.
A. We love to use the Cricut Maker, which cuts felt, fabric, leather, and wood! Cutting with felt on the Cricut Explore requires you to back your felt with a stiffener. Please note, many of our felt projects were created before the Cricut Maker was available. If you do not see an SVG file available with one of our felt projects, please email email@example.com with your request, and we will add the SVG cut file as soon as possible.
A. We have two favorite ways for cutting crepe paper. One is to layer the crepe paper in stacks of three to four sheets and hand cut several petals at a time. The other is to use the Cricut Maker. We like to use the fabric mat, as it’s a little less sticky and won’t damage the paper as you lift it off. Check out our video on tips and tricks for the Cricut Maker for more details: Tips and Tricks for Cricut Maker
A. You can find Cricut’s Main resource page and FAQ at Cricut’s Support.
A. After years of researching tools and materials, we have figured out what works best for each one of our DIY projects. You can find our favorite and most commonly used tools and materials here: Material Source Page
A. Sometimes when downloading our templates, the PDF will downsize after saving. You can fix this by resizing the PDF. For example, if you are using Adobe Reader, you should see a drop-down menu at the top of the screen with a percentage. If you change this to “Actual Size”, it should solve the issue.
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