Thursday, February 12, 2015

CRICUT: What's new in Design Space 2 - Part 2

Next we'll look at the Insert Image Screen

You'll find this looks a lot different.

Under the ALL IMAGES menu you'll find lots more images on the screen!

And you can zoom in and make them bigger...

When searching for an image you can filter to get different results. Just click on the funnel:

My Images: You'll find anything you've uploaded, anything you own and any freebies.

Uploaded: Just those jpg/png/svg etc files you have uploaded into Design Space

Free: Any current freebies (how cool is that!!)

Subscription: Just those images that are part of the subscription. If you're not logged in or don't have the subscription you will see a price under the images.

Purchased: Any images you have either purchased digitally or by linking a physical cartridge.

You can narrow your search down further by checking the boxes in the Type and Layers categories.

(Each time you click on one of the check boxes Design Space thinks for a few seconds. You can then click the funnel again to check another box.)

To quickly un-check all the boxes click on Reset All Filters.

Clicking on the CATEGORIES menu allows you to choose from different categories such as Baby, Birthday, Christmas, Wedding and lots more.

Plus you can also choose from different designers such as Anna Griffin, Disney, Lia Griffith and more.

Click on CARTRIDGES to see a preview of all the Cricut Cartridges.

Type a word from one of the cartridges in the Search box to easily find what you're looking for.

You can purchase the cartridge right from this screen by clicking on the Buy button. ☺

You'll find more info on using the Insert Image screen in this post:

Happy crafting!  ♥

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