How Do I Convert a PNG to SVG on Cricut?

When it comes to creating digital artwork, it is important to be able to convert from one format to another. If you are using a Cricut machine, you may want to convert a PNG (Portable Network Graphics) file into an SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) file. This is a relatively straightforward process that can be completed with the help of a few tools.

The first step in converting a PNG file into an SVG file on Cricut is to locate an online image converter that can handle the job. There are several free options available, as well as paid services for those who need additional features or more robust conversion capabilities. Once you have chosen the appropriate service, upload your PNG file and specify that you would like it converted into an SVG file.

Once the image has been successfully converted, it is time to open it in Cricut Design Space. On the main screen of the software, select “New Project” and then click “Upload Image” in the top toolbar.

From there, navigate to where your newly converted SVG file is stored on your computer and select it. Then click “Go” and wait for Design Space to finish importing your image.

Once your image has been imported into Design Space, you will have access to all of its features and functions. You can adjust the size and color of your graphic; add text or other elements; manipulate its shape; or create multiple copies of it for use in various projects and designs.

Finally, when you are finished editing your image in Design Space, simply click “Make It” in the top toolbar and follow the prompts onscreen until you have completed your project and it is ready for printing or cutting out with your Cricut machine.

In conclusion, converting a PNG image into an SVG file on Cricut Design Space is relatively straightforward process that requires only basic computer knowledge and access to a reliable online converter service. With just a few clicks of the mouse, users can quickly transform their digital artwork into something they can use for their projects and designs.