How to print and cut with Cricut

Print and cut with Cricut, or how to print then cut on Cricut, is depicted by a screen from Design Space
(Image credit: Rachael Phillips)

You can print and cut with Cricut using the function called Print Then Cut, and it's one of the best features of Cricut Design Space. Learning how to use this technique will make such a difference to the items that you’re able to create. This article will walk you through everything you need to know about the Print Then Cut feature, as well as sharing some hints and tips on how to get the best out of the function. 

Print Then Cut allows you to print your designs using your home printer and then use your Cricut to cut around them, so you have the perfect shapes every time. Whether you want to make your own stickers, decals, or cutouts for scrapbooking, learning how to print and cut with Cricut is a complete game changer. 

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Rachael Penn

Craft, photography and hardware writer Rachael Penn has written for The Evening Standard, The Independent, Fit&Well, The Radar, T3, and TopTenReviews. She also writes on many other subjects, including lifestyle, travel, food, internet culture and eco-living for online and print publications. 

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