Want to learn about the Cricut Monogram Maker feature? Tired of making monograms by hand in Cricut Design Space? You can make fast and easy monograms with Cricut’s Monogram Maker feature!
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Cricut has released a new Cricut Design Space feature in June of 2022 called Monogram Maker. It quickly and easily creates awesome monograms with many different designs and styles to choose from.
In this video I teach how to create monograms using the Monogram Maker’s standard functionality and how to customize them afterward. You’ll be able to change whole and partial colors of text and frames, operation types, add text and images and more!
Check out the video! Can’t see the video? Click here: https://youtu.be/hlY174Y13tM
Want to learn more about monograms? Check out my post on Creating a Split Letter Monogram in Five Easy Steps.
Monogram Maker FAQs
What do I need to use Cricut Monogram Maker?
In order to use this new feature, you will need a subscription to Cricut Access and the desktop version of Cricut Design Space. If you don’t have Cricut Access, you can try it out for free for 30 days to see if you like it. If you use your Cricut a couple times a week, it can be a great deal. You’ll have access to hundreds of thousands of images, projects, templates, phrases, and now monograms!
Can I use Monogram Maker on my mobile device?
Monogram Maker is only available for the desktop as of June 2022.
Can I customize the monograms?
Yes, you can! After adding a monogram to your canvas, you can change the colors, the text, add text, add images, and more. See my video above for tutorials on some of these customizations.
What can I make with monograms?
There are so many things you can make with monograms. You can make cards with foil and/or pen, customize tumblers and mugs, make bags, t-shirts, socks and more with Iron-on/HTV. You can label bathroom caddies and makeup bags, adorn pillow cases, engrave jewelry, make leather journal covers, create beautiful stationary, and even use the monogram maker for three-letter words instead of initials. For the last one, check out my tutorial above for a cool example!
If you have any other questions or want to share any information please be sure to leave a comment. I love hearing from y’all. Until then, happy, happy crafting!