Importing Dreaming Tree SVG Files Into Design Space Using iPad

Cricut recently released a Design Space update that makes it possible to download our files and upload them directly to Design Space using ONLY your iPad. Due to the fact that our files come ZIPPED, you will need a third party program to unzip them since iOS does not offer unzipping as a native capability. We’ve tested (as you’ll see in the video below) and recommend WinZip Pro which you can download from the App Store by clicking Here or on the official badge below.

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Video Tutorial

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18 thoughts on “Importing Dreaming Tree SVG Files Into Design Space Using iPad

  1. Rosa Guillen says:

    A critical component of the update did download and my iPad just keeps blinking trying to complete update. What do I do?

  2. Lisa says:

    Thank you so very much!!! I exclusively use my iPad and was missing out on the beautiful dreaming tree projects. I appreciate your detailed instructions

  3. alta.kaiser says:

    Thanks for the great ipad tutorial. Good information. Is winzip the same as zip pro? I am thinking inhave to download winzip to unzip my files properly.

  4. Audrey Pedersen says:

    My iPhone prints straight to my printer. Can I download & open svg files on iPhone? I’ve never used these files, but would like to give your beautiful creations a try. Thank you.

  5. Kim says:

    I’m SO glad I’ve found this site. I’m new to using cricut and SVG files so bear with me. I chose the free pumpkin treat box as my first project to try. I’ve successfully uploaded everything to design space except the main component. For some reason the score marks don’t show up? Help!

  6. suncitymarlene says:

    I’m just getting started so want to implement all the best practices up front to prevent moving files later. I have downloaded some free files on my laptop, but would like to work from my iPad and looks like that is an option. I have the iPad Pro with 512 GB is that enough room to store these files?

    • Mike Fernholz says:

      Hello, as seen in the video you would be actually storing them in iCloud, so as long as you had room on your iCloud drive it should be fine. Hope this helps!

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