So you love using your Cricut. I’m with you sister. Honestly, I don’t know how I ever got creative without one. But sometimes don’t you wish that Design Space offered more of their specialty fonts with out having to pay extra for each one? Well, check out which ap I found useful to get a wide selection of free fonts to use for my Cricut projects. Plus, I also have access to a ton of extra (and free) clip art illustrations.
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Free Fonts for DIYS
When I began blogging I was introduced to a number of new aps and tools that I could use for graphics and website visual appeal.
One of the main ones I use is Canva. It’s an ap that is designed to provide layouts and templates to create graphics for websites and social media, brochures, A4 documents, and more.
However, I discovered that it was really easy to make designs that I could quickly import into my Cricut Design Space to use for projects. The best part is, it’s free. Keep scrolling to see how easy it is to create, design, and have access to so many extra fonts and graphics with Canva.
Using Canva for free fonts in Cricut
Download the free canva ap. Click here.
Open up a blank template (doesn’t really matter what type but A4 is good). Play around with fonts and illustrations until you find what you need for your Cricut design. Save your design to your device or computer.
Now you can upload your design into your Design Studio as you would any other image being sure to follow the prompts to make the background transparent. Adjust it to the proper size. Then, save and make it.
Designs and projects I’ve created using Canva and Cricut:
These are just a few simple examples of what you can make when you use Canva to create deigns for your Cricut projects.
Here’s a quick list of fun things to make:
What Else Can You Do With Canva?
Canva is also a great tool to use for some of your other creative outlets. It makes designing graphics a cinch with its ready to go templates for multiple types of virtual and printable layouts. Here are a few other ways to use Canva for DIYs and creativity:
- social media graphics for your feed or stories
- logo design
- photo collages
- business cards
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I’m Megan, creator and author of DIY Detectives. I am the wife of a former Marine and mom to five kiddos. Momming at home is my full-time gig, however, blogging and writing have been a passion of mine for years. I love sharing all things DIY, family, and mom life with my readers. In my spare time….wait, I have five kids….there is no spare time. But i do like to read and spend time with family and friends. Thanks for visiting these pages, I hope you come back soon 😉