Using Slice in Cricut Design Space for Knockout Method

In this video I show you how to use the slice feature in Design Space to achieve the knockout text effect.

The fonts mentioned in the video can be obtained through the links below.

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IMPACT FONT: https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/adobe/impact/?refby=tat
RUPUBLICA MINOR FONT: https://www.dafont.com/republica-minor.font

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  1. Phyllis Oliver says:

    Hello could you please do a step by step video for a peek a boo card and flip swing card. Also how do you cut a hollow image for a circle?

    • Teri Brown says:

      Hi Phyllis! I will try to get some videos made for those 2 types of card layouts ASAP. For the circle, are you wanting to cut a circle out of the middle of a circle? If so you would insert 2 circles, one smaller than the other, align to center and then select both and slice. Then just delete the middle pieces.

  2. lana kerssens says:

    HI Teri, I cannot seem to get the slice to work in my design, The weld is only making the image go behind the larger image.
    Do you have an idea what i might be doing wrong?

  3. Carol says:

    I was designing a logo for my hubbys work shirts. I self taught myself how to do it, however, seeing this I learned once again that I seem to do things the hardway. I am going back and see if I can recreate this process with my hubbys logo. Thanks.!

  4. Diana says:

    Thank you so much, I learned something new ? Thank you for sharing your knowledge and talent. ❤️

  5. Becky says:

    Thank you this video helped me a lot. I use HTV on shirts quite often and never knew about doing this.

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