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.
IMPACT FONT: https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/adobe/impact/?refby=tat
RUPUBLICA MINOR FONT: https://www.dafont.com/republica-minor.font
10 thoughts on “Using Slice in Cricut Design Space for Knockout Method”
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?
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.
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?
Hi Lana, can you send me a screen capture of your design including the layers panel? You can send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.!
There’s more than one way to do almost anything … however, I’m all for making things easier. ?
Thank you so much, I learned something new ? Thank you for sharing your knowledge and talent. ❤️
So glad I was able to help you learn a new technique!
Thank you this video helped me a lot. I use HTV on shirts quite often and never knew about doing this.
You’re very welcome. I love hearing someone say that they learned something from my videos.