Isolating Parts of SVG Files in Cricut Design Space (Slice Tool)

Have you ever wanted or needed to cut only a portion of one of our files? Maybe the first time one of the pieces didn’t cut correctly, or you are working on a special project and just need a specific element in one of our files. Well, we’ve got a work around that will help you accomplish this! Check out the video below!  

15 thoughts on “Isolating Parts of SVG Files in Cricut Design Space (Slice Tool)

  1. melindashahn says:

    Your cutting machine tutorials are the simple the best on the web and you are my first go-to when it comes to machine reviews, how-to’s & work arounds. Love your designs. Just have to say, thank you – so very appreciative 🙂

  2. Vivian Olver says:

    Thank you so much for your tips on dealing with Design Spaces hurtles. I have learned so much by actually using your wonderful files.

  3. Brenda Scuccumarri says:

    Thank you Leo for this video. I so desperately need it. Have a project I’m doing and have limited paper that I can’t get more of. Your the best

  4. Meg says:

    I am trying to use a similar image but it won’t let me ungrounded the score marks so u can use the slice feature. I am trying to make an invitation centre smaller.

  5. gemgara108 says:

    Hi, Leo,
    I’m going to continue searching your tutorials to see if you’ve already answered this but in the interim, do you know how to slice through a box of score lines saved (welded maybe?) as one unit?? I’ve separated a lantern’s 4 sides so I can make it larger but the creator of this file has apparently joined the score lines, it seems. When I try to shorten them, it changes the score lines proportionally…frustrating. I can’t ungroup them – and they are unattached (as needed for slicing the sides). Is my only recourse to redraw them, ugh?! There are quite a few, cringe! So, although I’ve separated the sides successfully, the score lines (for the now separated panels) remain and keep me from being able to enlarge it very much because the ghost score lines quickly exceed the mat size + I’m wasting paper (due to scoring lines for a panel that is no longer there to be cut). Any insight is greatly appreciated! ~ Meg G. in Atlanta 🙂

    • Leo Kowal says:

      Can you please email us using the contact form so you can send a screenshot or photo of what you are trying to accomplish. I’ll see what I can do to help.

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