How to Upload image to Cricut Design Space

Free Hello Kitty SVG file for Cricut

Hi Friends! Nadia here from Sweet Gardenia Roots with a free SVG file just for you. I just made pillows for my daughter's teepee; turned out super cute. All I used was Cricut iron-on in Red Glitter, black, and white for Hello Kitty. I hope you find this post useful and if you have any questions just message me. Join SGR Club to access all my SVG files that you can upload for free onto Cricut Design Space.

Happy Crafting!

Step One: Download Free Hello Kitty SVG file

Click on the link below and download image; than upload image onto cricut design

Step Two: Upload image to Cricut Design Space

Click on upload on the left side of the screen and Upload image.

Step Three: Upload Image to Cricut Design Space

You can Drag and drop or just browse for the image you just downloaded. Its that simple.

Can you name the image whatever you want.

Step Four: Resizing image

Once the image is uploaded you will be able to resize it. The size is totally up to you! Turn Machine ON and Click Make it.

Step Five: prepare mats

We are Almost done!! Make sure you have Mirror selected on each mat. Since we will be layering Hello Kitty we will need all our colors. On the top left side of the screen will show you how many colors you will need and mats. You don’t need five mats but be prepared to clean it after each use. Since I’m using vinyl I decided to use the green mat; if using paper I would use the purple mat.

Step Six: Choose Material and Cut

This is the final step to cutting an image!!! It's time to choose the material on Cricut Design space.

Im going to choose Everyday Iron-on. Follow steps on Cricut Design screen.

An Arrow should be flashing that means to load mat and when you are ready hit the flashing circuit logo on machine to start cutting.

Quick Tip On layering:

When layering you want to start with the background color first which in my case is black. Then I start on the second largest item which would be the face. Than her bow and small piece of ear. Followed by the arms, legs, dress, and finally her nose.

I’m using my mini press which I love!! Especially when I’m making small things. It heats up super fast and has different heat settings.

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