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How I created BC SVG

 I was asked by a friend to create a shirt with this design that she had seen online. And of course I said yes! So here’s how I made this BC SVG. 

I created this design:

Using this reference picture:

I wanted the design to be Cricut iron-on compatible and actually really like the simpler design! But making it was trickier than it looks lol. 

I started out by placing the reference picture into procreate and drawing the words and the BC. I then exported my drawing as a transparent image and converted it to an svg image in convertio. I took this svg and imported it to cricut design space. 

I decided that I wanted almost like a fire in the B and a wave in the C. After I found two images that I liked I had to figure how to do something called overlay or knockout to place the design only inside the letter. 

Cricut image ID’s:

Fire: #M2733F722

Wave: #MAA29B53

To do this step I actually had to use cricut design space on my laptop. I selected both the flame and the B and clicked slice. After that I realized that selecting contour would remove the sliced objects. Therefore I went into contour and kept the image objects I wanted and removed the ones I didn’t. I then selected the pieces of the B and welded them together. I repeated the same for the flame and the C (as well as the inside B pieces)

Let me know if you try the knockout/overlay strategy and how it goes!


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