Continuing the discussion from About the Introduce Yourself category:
I’m quite a private person, but I have reached out to Cricut users by setting up an anonymous Facebook page where I share links to designs I’ve created in the Design Space software (only a few people know I’m behind the page). I also provide lots of free tips, screen shots and I provide advice for Cricut users who use the iOS App for iPhone/iPad or the Android App, as mobile Apps have limited functions and very few bloggers offer tutorials in this area. An example of information I provide is: you can download and install fonts from Font Bundles and other websites to mobile devices then system installed fonts and use glyphs/special characters in Cricut Design Space by installing just a few apps. You can also curve text and add special effects and patten fill by using the Phonto App (a Free app for iOS and Android) then upload your text to Cricut Design Space with just a few edits to make the white background transparent.
One day I hope to design and sell on this platform, as I do have design experience in terms of creating SVGs and PNG files and have copyright experience, but it’s knowing where to start, as I don’t want the hassle of running my own website or opening an ESTY store, owing to health issues. I am also very conscious of protecting my designs from misuse, so for now, the Cricut Design Space Community offers me the protection I need. For clarification, I do not profit in any way from my Facebook page or designs I share. PS. I’ve attached a few of my designs created on my iPhone with the Cricut Design Space App using just basic shapes. For the Happy Birthday card, I created a frame for a cross stitch (purchased), although anything can be added.