Contouring in Cricut Design Space

Contour with Cricut Design Space

Contouring in Cricut Design Space – Youtube Video

Q: Why Contour?

A: To delete any unwanted lines/shapes (as the image permits)

What does this mean?

You can manipulate an image and remove parts of it to form a new image.

 

Contour Cricut Design Space
Original Image
Contour Cricut Design Space
Contoured Image

Breakdown

  1. Click on the Images tab
  2. Select your image
  3. Click on Contour tab (bottom right)
  4. Start selecting the parts of the image you do NOT want
  5. Keep adjusting as needed
    • If it helps, you can select “Hide All Contours,” and then select the parts of the image you want
  6. Click X (top right), as it automatically update in the background as you select/deselect

You can even contour uploaded images and text!

For a visual aid, here’s the above breakdown in pictures:

Contour in Cricut Design Space
Click on Images Tab
Contour in Cricut Design Space
Select Your Image
Contour in Cricut Design Space
Click on Contour Tab
Contouring in Cricut Design Space
Select the parts of the image you do NOT want to keep
Contour in Cricut Design Space
Keep adjusting as needed
Hide all Contours
Click on “Hide All Contours” & then select the parts you want to keep
Exit Contour
Click on X, as it automatically updates in the background

Contour Uploaded Images!

Uploaded Image
Original Uploaded Image
Contoured Uploaded Image
Contoured Uploaded Image

Contour Text too!

Contouring Text in Cricut Design Space
Original Text (which will not contour unless you follow the next step)
Weld
Weld the text and then you can contour
Text Contoured
Contoured Text

Watch the Youtube video here! The EpicALLY blog also features additional information on welding, grouping, and attaching in Cricut Design Space.

Any questions? Comment below!

(Purple Text in this post means there is a hyperlink to the Contouring in Cricut Design Space Youtube Video and links to the Welding, Attaching, and Grouping breakdowns on this site.)

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