How to slice on Cricut Easy step by step guide

In this article I will show you How to slice on Cricut. If you prefer Adobe illustrator, I will show you how you can achieve the same results using illustrator at the end of this guide.

How to slice on Cricut using Slice tool

Open Cricut design space and navigate to shapes. Choose a circle and draw 2 circles that overlap. Make on circle a different color to differentiate the 2

How to slice on Cricut
How to slice on Cricut

After this overlap the shapes exactly as you want them sliced. Then click slice at the bottom with both shapes selected. The shapes are sliced as below. You can delete the ones you do not need.

How to slice on Cricut
How to slice on Cricut

How to slice on Cricut Adobe illustrator

If you prefer using Adobe illustrator, you can slice using illustrators Pathfinder tool. Click on the ellipse tool on Adobe illustrator to draw the 2 circle shapes. With the 2 shapes selected, go to Pathfinder and select the second option. If you cannot find the Pathfinder option, go to Window then Pathfinder to bring up the pathfinder window.

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Experiment with the other 2 options to create different types of shapes.

Steps How to slice on Cricut Design space

  1. Open Cricut design space and navigate to shapes.
  2. Choose a circle and draw 2 circles that overlap.
  3. Make on circle a different color to differentiate the 2
  4. Over the shapes exactly as you want them sliced
  5. Click slice at the bottom with both shapes selected.

Steps How to slice on Adobe illustrator

  1. Click on the ellipse tool on Adobe illustrator to draw the 2 circle shapes.
  2. Change the color on one shape
  3. Overlap the shapes as you want them cut
  4. With the 2 shapes selected, go to Pathfinder and select the second option.

How can i slice on Cricut Design space?

Open Cricut design space and navigate to shapes.
Choose a circle and draw 2 circles that overlap.
Make on circle a different color to differentiate the 2
Over the shapes exactly as you want them sliced
Click slice at the bottom with both shapes selected.

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