So, you put a whole bunch of time and energy into creating a vinyl, cutting it, applying it to the wood, and then drawing it on with the Scorch Marker.
But, the liquid bled underneath the stencil, and your final project resulted in messy edges and blurry lines.
Not much is more frustrating or deflating.
We get that and want to see you get the most success from your wood-burning marker.
That’s why we’re talking about the top tips for getting crisp, clean lines every single time.
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Navigating the Cricut program Design Space, however, and uploading stencil files for printing, can leave you feeling confused and overwhelmed.
This article will be discussing the most common file formats for Cricut stencils, the process of uploading them into Design Space, and how you can successfully use those designs with your Scorch Marker for your next wood-burning project.