Thursday, April 26, 2018

How To Curve Text in Cricut Design Space

Did you know Cricut has a new feature that allows you to curve text in Design Space? Previously, the only way you could create curved text is my manually arranging the letters, which was a pain. The new Curved Text Tool is so easy that I could not wait to try it!

Did you know Cricut has a new feature that allows you to curve text in Design Space? I have an easy tutorial for you!


Open Design Space and start a New Project. Insert a Text Box and type in your line of text. Note: You can only curve one line at a time, so if you have several lines of text that you want to curve, you will have to create a separate text box for each. I am creating two lines of text in this tutorial.

Did you know Cricut has a new feature that allows you to curve text in Design Space? I have an easy tutorial for you!

Once you have your text boxes filled in, select the one you wish to curve by clicking on it. Then click on the Curve function in the top right tool bar. A slider will appear and you can curve your text up or down by using your mouse to move the slider right and left. Repeat these instructions if you have other lines of text you would like to curve.

Did you know Cricut has a new feature that allows you to curve text in Design Space? I have an easy tutorial for you!

Did you know Cricut has a new feature that allows you to curve text in Design Space? I have an easy tutorial for you!

Once I was happy with the text, I changed the font and inserted a flower image found in the Free Cricut images. If you want to make this project, you can find it HERE in the Cricut Design Space.

Did you know Cricut has a new feature that allows you to curve text in Design Space? I have an easy tutorial for you!


Did you know Cricut has a new feature that allows you to curve text in Design Space? I have an easy tutorial for you!

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Did you know Cricut has a new feature that allows you to curve text in Design Space? I have an easy tutorial for you!

Disclosure: I am part of the Cricut Blogger Program and may receive supplies to complete my projects, but all thoughts are 100% my own. I love my Cricut and am excited to share my projects with you!

2 comments:

  1. You're really becoming a Cricut pro! I don't know how to do this with my Silhouette, but I should figure it out. Love that sports tank!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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    1. Ha! I don't know about that, but I am trying to learn the new tools. I am pretty sure the silhouette has had this feature for a long time, so you should be able to find it!

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