Did you know you can use your very own handmade drawings to create cut files you can cut with your Cricut?
I draw this “shop girl” on my Ipad and changed her into a cut file which I was then able to cut out in Cricut Iron On. I used my EasyPress to make this adorable one of a kind tote bag! Fun, huh!
I did the same thing with this little cutie patootie! She will look so cute on Evie’s PJ set.
You don’t need to know how to draw, really. I found an image online and used that for inspiration to redraw and create this one.
This little lady I did draw freehand, and let me just say… I can’t draw, but the app makes it possible to draw, erase, draw it again…. erase it again… and so on. Believe me, I did plenty of both!
How fun would it be to have your kids create a drawing, import it into Cricut Design Space, and then iron the design onto a cute tote bag for grandma? I would love to receive a gift like that. Wouldn’t your kids think it awesome to sport a shirt with their very own creation?
So, are you ready for a tutorial? I cannot wait to see what you make!
2 thoughts on “How to Create Cut Files from Drawings”
This process fascinates me!! Too many new things I want to try that I’m getting overwhelmed!!
I love this idea to create your own drawings. I’ve already downloaded the Procreate app to get started. 🙂