I love to use my Design Space app to work on projects while "watching" tv with my husband in the evenings. One of the drawbacks is that the iPad (or IPhone) has very few system fonts that are good for die cutting. They are just your everyday plain Jane fonts. So...if you want to design with the font favorites like Samantha or Magnolia Sky, you have to find a way to add fonts to your iPad. Lucky for us, there's an app for that!
So you are finally ready to jump in to learning Cricut Design Space. **happy dance** I know it can be overwhelming, but I am going to do my best to break it down for you easy peasy. One of the very first things you will probably want to learn in Cricut Design Space is how to "weld". Welding means that you are taking two separate images and "welding" them into one single image. This is especially used when you want to cut out a word but need it all connected. Here is how to weld in Cricut Design Space using the app on the ipad or phone.
Once you have linked your cartridges it's time to play! When you want to look through your cartridges that you own in Design Space here is how.
Once you have your Explore it is time to link any cartridges you may have so that you can use them in Cricut Design Space. If you have had an Expression and linked your cartridges to the Cricut Craft Room or to a Gypsy you won't physically link your cartridges because they are already linked.
Maybe you have heard all the buzz about how great the Cricut Explore machine is. Maybe you have had the Expression or other machine in the past and aren’t sure what the big deal about the Explore is, or if it is even better.
If you aren’t sure if the Cricut Explore is right for you, or which version of the Explore family you should get, this is for you.