Offset is now an option in Design Space!
- First you will need to type with your font. I’ve chosen 409b0d81f47d535d4044fd8754e07e55 as my font today. I then ungrouped the text layer so I could move the letters to be closer together and look how I wanted them too. Once you have the text where you want it, click Offset.
- You can play around with the distance you want, depending on the thickness. I chose .25 inches and rounded corners.
- This is the end result, and you could stop here if you’d like.
- Or you could take it a step further and close up some of the holes. I added some rectangles and covered the inside of the O, R, D.
- Then you can select all the rectangles as well as the offset layer, and click weld. This will make all of those shapes combined into one flat layer.
- I changed the colors of the layers and now I have a two layer design ready to cut and layer on a 87925a89f9a82c149c8d4780c0b53987