How to Add Fonts to Cricut Design Space 3

How to Use Fonts in Cricut Design Space 3 / Design Space / Cricut for beginners

One of the most common questions I see people ask is:

“How do I install fonts to Design Space?”

So, I thought I’d share a brief tutorial on using fonts in Design Space 3. It’s really a very simple process, and it can make your crafting experience a bit more fun. The possibilities are endless with fonts.

First off, you don’t actually install the fonts to Design Space. You download them to your computer and install them on your computer.

Because of this, the fonts you download don’t go with you to each device you use Design Space on. So, if you use Design Space on a laptop, desktop, and iPad, it will only be on the device you downloaded the font to.

Any fonts that came pre-installed on your computer or mobile device, or have been downloaded and installed, will show up under “system” in Design Space.

Now, let’s show you how to do this! If you are more the video type, you can watch the video:

How to Use System Fonts in Design Space 3

Step One:

Download a font to your computer. In this picture, I am using DaFont.com, but the process is similar no matter where you get your font from. There are many free font websites, as well as places you can buy premium fonts.

Keep in mind that you should always check the license for the fonts you are using, especially if you are planning to sell products. If you do plan to sell projects, you will need to get commercial free fonts or buy a font with a license to sell.

Here are some places to get fonts (free and paid). Many of the paid places offer bundle deals:

DaFont.com 

Etsy.com (paid)

1001FreeFonts.com

FontSquirrel.com

FontSpace.com

FontShop.com (Paid)

CreativeMarket.com (Paid)

Trying to figure out the name of a font? Download the “What the Font” app – iOS and Android

So, here on DaFont.com you can browse through recently added and popular fonts, or you can browse by category.

Once you’ve selected your font, press download, and it will download to your computer.

Step Two:

Find the file on your computer – it will usually be in the downloads folder. You will unzip the file – on a Mac, you can just double click the file. On a PC, you can right click on the folder and select the option to unzip.

Step Three:

Once the file is unzipped, go into the file and double click on the .ttf file. It will open up an install box – just press install.

Step Four:

If you were in Design Space during this process, exit the page and reenter. If not, just go open a new page in Design Space and press the text tool. Type in something and then go up to the font selection option.

You can click on system to see all your computer installed fonts, OR you can just start typing the name of the font. It should be there for your use!

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And there you have it – easy peasy! Now you can install your own fonts for Cricut Design Space!

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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