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Tuesday Tutorial: Welding & Layering Titles with Cricut

Tuesday Tutorials are back!  I have been getting requests for more Cricut™ tutorials, and, after a few months of planning, I have made the decision to not only post here, on my blog, but start a few Live classes in my Create with Miss. Carrie’s Creations VIP Facebook Group.  This week, I am going to show you how to weld together various images and layers of images in Design Space™ to create this beautiful Christmas title for your scrapbook pages. TuesdayTutorialChristmasTitle-misscarriescreations

In order to play in Design Space™, you need to set-up an account on the Cricut™ website. You don’t have to have a machine to play, but you do need an Cricut Explore™ Series machine or Cricut Maker™ machine as well as the CTMH Cricut™ collections I used to cut out the images.

Design Space™ Instructions:
1. Insert images Merry Christmas(#MD7AF2A) and Christmas Tree(#M412B07) from our CTMH Artistry Collection.

2. We will only be using the “Christmas” portion of the title. DELETE the “Merry Christmas” title image. You can do this by either UNGROUPING the image, select the image and DELETE, or select the image you wish to delete in the Layers Panel and Delete.





3. Choose insert TEXT and type the word “HAPPY”.  Use the Edit Panel to choose a Font of your choice. Using the FILTER option will help to narrow down the decision to Fonts you own.

4. Use LETTER SPACE to reduce the spacing between the letters to the point where they are touching. You can also UNGROUP TO LETTERS if needed. Once the spacing is to your liking, select all of “HAPPY” and choose WELD.

5. Move “HAPPY” above “CHRISTMAS”. Resize and re-position as needed.

6. Select “HAPPY” and “CHRISTMAS”, then choose WELD.

7. DUPLICATE the “Tree” image. Resize, re-position, and layer trees as desired.





8. Change colors of “Trees” and Title, and you are finished.  (I chose to use some other features in Design Space™ to add more layers to my trees.)


I hope you enjoyed today’s Tuesday Tutorial in Design Space™.  If you have been considering upgrading your Cricut™ machine so that you can play along, today is a great day to purchase one on their website. Cricut™ has some awesome bundles on sale this week that are worth taking advantage of, and you can get FREE SHIPPING on orders over $99 to the US and Canada when you use the code FREENOV.

Did you know that you can also get a great deal on a Cricut™ machine and the You Are Here Cricut™ Collection when you reach Level Three as a Hostess?  It’s easy to host an online Facebook party with friends.





Contact me to learn more about how you can get this amazing Cricut™ Bundle by being a host.  I can’t wait to see what you create in Design Space with your Cricut™!


This post does contain affiliate links. By clicking on these links, and placing an order, a small portion of the sales helps to support my family and home business.  Thank you for your contribution. ❤ 



2 thoughts on “Tuesday Tutorial: Welding & Layering Titles with Cricut”

  1. Hi Carrie, I am very interested in learning more about my Cricut Explore 2. Looking at your tutorial you say I need a CTMH Cricut Collections. Where do I get that and how do I use it. Please advise.
    Thanks Deb

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    1. Hi Deb! I am excited that you want to learn more about your Cricut Machine! You can order the Cricut Collections directly from my website at Since you own an Explore Air 2, you can purchase the Digital Collections and load them directly to your Design Space account. I can’t wait to see what you create with your Cricut! Contact me if you have any more questions. 🙂


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