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User Reward Points Info Shortcodes
[rs_my_reward_points] – Use this Shortcode to display Reward Points of Current User
Referral System Shortcodes
[rs_generate_referral referralbutton=”show” referraltable=”show”] – Use this Shortcode to display Referral Link Generation and its Table.Shortcode Parameters are referralbutton and referraltable, make it as Show/Hide.
[rs_my_cashback_log] – Use this Shortcode to display My Cashback Table
Member Level Shortcodes
[rs_my_current_earning_level_name] – Use this Shortcode to display current Member Level of the User in Earning
Unsubscribe Email Shortcode
[rs_unsubscribe_email] – Use this Shortcode to display Unsubscribe Email Checkbox
First Name and Last Name Shortcode
[rsfirstname] – Use this Shortcode to display First name
Gift Voucher Shortcode
[rs_redeem_vouchercode] – Use this Shortcode to display Redeeming Voucher Field
Nominee Table Shortcode
[rs_nominee_table] – Use this Shortcode to display Nominee Table
Send Points Shortcode
[rssendpoints] – Use this Shortcode to display Send Points Form
Action Points Message Shortcode
[rs_list_enable_options] – Use this Shortcode to display action messages
- Basic Images, also known as raster images, include .jpg, .bmp, .png, and .gif file types. These files are uploaded as a single layer, and you have the ability to edit the image during the upload process. These are also known as raster images.
- Vector Images include .svg and .dxf file types. These files are uploaded as previously designed and will automatically be separated into layers after uploading and saving.
Select a platform from below to view step-by-step instructions to upload basic and vector images.
Note: DXF files are not supported in Design Space for iOS and Android at this time.
Step 1 – To begin an image upload, select Upload on the design panel to the left of the Canvas. A window will open which prompts you to choose image or pattern upload. Upload Image allows you to work with basic image types, including .jpg, .bmp, .png, and .gif image files as well as vector images, including .svg and .dxf files. To begin, select Upload Image.
Step 2 – Select Browse to open the file selector and locate the image you want to use from your computer, or simply drag and drop the file into the upload window. If you select .jpg, .gif, .png, or .bmp file to upload, you will be taken through the Basic image upload flow. If you select a .svg or .dxf, you will be taken through the Vector image upload flow.
Option 1 – Basic Image Upload:
- Select the .jpg, .gif, .png, or .bmp file you want to upload. Then select Open in the file selector or drag and drop the file into the Design Space image upload window.
- Decide if your image is simple, moderately complex, or complex based on the descriptions found on the screen. Click “Continue.”
- In this step, you’ll define the cut lines of your image. Use the Select & Erase, Erase, and Crop tools to remove the unwanted background from your image. The checkerboard background indicates the areas that have been removed and will not cut. The solid areas represent the image you will use on the design screen.
- Once you have removed the unwanted areas, select Preview to show the cut lines of your image. If the image doesn’t appear as desired, select Hide preview to return to the editing view and continue removing portions of the image until you are satisfied with the preview. Once the image looks how you want it, select Continue.
- Name your image and tag it (if desired) for easy searching later. Decide if you want to save your image as a Print Then Cut or as a Cut image. Saving as a Print Then Cut image will preserve the entire image, including internal colors and patterns, and add it to the design screen as a Print Then Cut image. Saving as a Cut image will save only the outer silhouette as the image cut path.
- When you are done, select Save. You will return to the Upload screen. The new image will appear in the Uploaded Images Library at the bottom of the screen. To add the image to your project, click on the image to select it, then click Insert Images to add it to your design screen.
Option 2 – Vector Image Upload:
- Select the .svg or .dxf file you want to upload. Then select Open in the file selector, or drag and drop the file into the Design Space image upload window. Tip: Design Space can work with files created from other design software. The files can include solid colors or solid color fills, outlined text, or layers. However, if you use a layered image, you should ensure that in the original file the layers are ungrouped.
- Name your image and tag it (if desired) for easier searching later. Then select Save.
- You will return to the Upload screen. The new image will appear in the Uploaded Images Library at the bottom of the screen. To add the image to your design screen, click on the image to select it, then select Insert Images to add it to your design screen.
- Vector images will appear on your canvas as a grouped image. If ungrouped, the image layers can be moved and sized separately.
Tip: Your uploaded images also are available on the Images screen. You can search by image name or tag, or you can select Uploaded from the filter in the upper right of the Images screen.
Important: All images shown are for illustration purposes only. Cricut encourages you to respect the intellectual property rights of others and only make copies of images you own and are authorized to use.
Single line fonts, often called writing fonts or engraving fonts, are designed to be used with your Cricut, Glowforge, or other cutting machine. Here is a round up of some of the best single line fonts!
If you’ve ever tried to write (engrave, foil, deboss, score, etc.) a regular font using your Cricut or other cutting machine, you may have been frustrated to see that it creates an outline of the font (some call it a “bubble font”), vs. writing like you would with a pen.
Font: Abril Fatface
The problem is within the machine’s software. It doesn’t know where in that thick font to actually create the “single line.” Does it go straight down the middle? How does it do the thick top and skinny bottom of that exclamation point? There’s just no way for the software to make sense of it.
People have hacked this by finding fonts that are more “skinny” in nature. These still are drawn as an outline, but because the outline is basically on top of itself, it doesn’t look so bubbly. But it can look thick and a bit messy once drawn or engraved.
Font: Angelova Monoline Script
This is where single line fonts come in. These fonts are specifically designed to be drawn, engraved, foiled, scored, debossed, etc. They look the same as cut files when you set them to write/draw. Note that you wouldn’t want to cut this file—it’s specifically designed for the tools we’re talking about here.
Font: Dear Agatha
Single line fonts work better with some programs than with others, but shine in places like Cricut Design Space and Silhouette Studio. These fonts are particularly great with the Cricut Foil Transfer System and the Foil Quill. A lot of these fonts come with more than one version and specific instructions for how to use them. Make sure you read through everything!
Because these tools and crafts are becoming more and more popular, I thought I’d round up single line fonts you can use in your crafting. Unlike most fonts, there are very few free fonts. You can take a look at some at Imajeenyus. They’ve linked to several and describe the personal/commercial license for each. That being said, those fonts are all pretty industrial and I know most of my readers are looking for something cute. So paid fonts it is!
And even when it comes to paid fonts, there aren’t a ton since this is a relatively new type of font. I will add more as my favorite designers keep coming up with new single line fonts!
Single Line Fonts For Crafting
Calline – Font Bundles
Dear Agatha – Font Bundles
Engineer – Single Line Fonts
Lettered – Single Line Fonts
Miss Nailine – Font Bundles
Mugsy Sketch – Font Bundles
Pinsetter Line – Font Bundles
Pinwheel – Single Line Fonts
RSVP – Single Line Fonts
Tooline – Font Bundles
Faux Writing / Foiling / Engraving Fonts
There are also a handful of “faux” fonts, made up of images instead of actual font letters. You would upload these as an image instead of inserting it as text.
Beautiful Dreamer Sketch – SoFontsy
Bella Fonte Sketch – SoFontsy
Georgia Peach Sketch – SoFontsy
Hand Lettered Alphabet – SoFontsy
Monogram Sketch Letters – SoFontsy