How to Print and Cut in Cricut Design Space: Livestream Series Part 3

Day three of our livestreams explored Cricut’s fab Print and Cut feature. I don’t know about you but I was really slow to realise just how fabulous it is!

We showed you how to make business cards using the feature…and then we started to show how pattern fill works, but got confused by the new Design Space layout. (Don’t worry though…we address it in day five of our streams!)

In case you didn’t catch us live – and thanks so much if you did! – you can watch below. We’re still very happy to answer questions if you want to post any in the comments! Also, please don’t forget to check out the other videos in our five-day livestream series (links beneath this video):

Part 1: Weld, Slice, Attach, Group and Contour in Cricut Design Space 

Part 2: Cricut, Inkscape and Illustrator…without tears!

Part 4: Five Tips for Using the Cricut Knife Blade

Part 5: How to Customise a Swing Card for ANY Occasion Using Cricut Design Space

And…if you want to see our Live Webinar: The Top Five Tips to Create Custom Designs in Cricut Design Space then please register at – it’s on Tuesday, 19th February at 2pm EST (7pm GMT/UTC). It’s not just theory though – we’ll be ‘walking the walk’ and showing you how to customise an amazing pop-twist card, like this one…

…and we’ve also got an exciting announcement, so watch this space!


  1. Mary on 02/18/2019 at 2:11 am

    For Pattern fill – you have to upload your images as Patterns, it is to the right of the Image Upload option. Then when you need a Pattern to fill a shape, your uploaded photo or image or digital paper that you uploaded via the Pattern Upload option will be available to use in the Pattern fill option of Print then Cut.

    • craftagogo on 02/18/2019 at 2:14 am

      Haha thank you so much Mary – you are totally right! I think I lost the plot a bit in my first livestreams and the new Design Space layout confused me! I revisited it again and did it properly at the end of the week in the swing card tutorial.

      But I wish I’d had you on my shoulder when my brain went blank! (I’ll know who to ask in future though!)

      Thanks so much for your helpful message! 😀

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