Cricut’s brand new offset feature is rolling out to users this month and we are all so excited to finally have this feature. You can do so much with it and one of the most popular questions I have received is “can I use it for print then cut?”
The answer is YES! This is a great way to make really professional looking stickers and designs in design space and not having to learn other software that may be more complicated to do this! I used the website listed below for my background removal and its a really simple site to use! I hope you will try using the Cricut Design Space offset feature with your next print then cut project.
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