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How do you separate to use this font?
"Monograms" font is a typography, can not be separated without an editing program (illustrator, etc...)
I have tried breaking the text in two programs. Is this the way to do it? I have used Corel Break Text. What am I doing wrong?
Thanks in advance!
Are your fonts free for commercial use as well?
Yes BaileyM, Monogramos Font is 100% free, you can use it:)
I can't get this to pull up in my fonts after installing. Any idea why?
I have a Mac and I would love to know how to separate this font on my Cricut Explorer Air. Thanks so much.
So basically this is of no use without editing software?
I downloaded this font AFTER I donated to the author. Lesson learned. I can see why the author made it 100% free to use even for commercial use. No one could possibly use this! I feel simultaneously duped and stupid. Why even develop this and call it monongramos when it is clearly NOT a monogram in the traditional sense. I am commenting so perhaps no one else donates thinking they're being nice since it's "100%" free.
monogramos font is a "font" not is software .
to combine letters needed editing software.
as in this example whit illustrator, i feel the trouble, but it is what there.
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192,000 downloads and no one says thank you?? Wow! THANK YOU for creating and allowing us to use this font! I haven't quite yet figured out how to edit the font using Cricut Design. Do you have any pointers for that particular editing software?
:))) thanks Twyla, and Sorry, I do not know the software "Circuit Design"
Is there another font on here just like this one but not stuck together? I really love this font.
Make the 3 letter you want on 3 different vector layers cantered so the are on top of each other, then convert them to raster layers and use your eraser to remove the parts you don't want. Crop and copy to place onto what your making.
Thank you so much for this font. I have a Silhouette Cameo and I was able to separate each letter of this font with no problems and make the three initial monogram to use for my project. Great to have.
Thank you. I googled Cricut Explore Monogramos and found tutorials explaining how to separate letters.
Love this! Thank you so much! I was easily able to create a monogram for my daughter using only the Silhouette Cameo software! Literally took me under a minute.
I love this font as well. My question is to Dboog. How did you use Silhouette Cameo to separate this font?
To edit in Silhouette type all of the letters you want, click modify then divide, and move the letters where you want them. Simple as that.
I was able to separate and use font in Sure Cuts A Lot 4 - go to menu, Object, Break apart, then align letters - go to menu, Object, Merge
Does anyone know how to add this font to Circuit?
For cricut...I had to add a letter at a time to do this for some reason...BUT add 1 letter at a time - ungroup- then contour and select the letter/parts you dont want...after you have your 3 letters you can arrange and regroup!
Thank you for this great font!
AH you also have to unlock before you contour. :)
at first i didn't think this worked because they could not be broken apart. Until I realized I could you splice with Cricut to remove the extra letters
I used illustrator to get the sections I needed. I then cleaned up the lines. They were a little messy, but I'm ok with that. at least now I have almost what i want. Thanks creator.
THANK YOU!!!!! 5 million times!!!!
i am not able to download this font =(
This worked perfectly for me with the Silhouette program. You have to select or highlight the group of letters then "ungroup" them to separate them. Thats how my program works anyway.
Thank you!! Once I read the comments it was simple to use in cricut design space!
I wish I could do 2 letter monograms.
You will have to cut and paste letters if you want to use this and i don't fell like it will fit right to fill the monogram. I wouldn't download it. I'd go pay for another one.
Silhouette Studio is a free download. Before you excoriate the creator who is so nicely giving this away, why not try Studio (free of charge, like the font software) and see if it works for you. There are also versions of AI online that may help you use it. Hope that helps someone!
Thanks a ton woodcutter. These are awesome.
Thank you so much for these, I'm looking forward to playing with them with the Silhouette software which I'm slowly getting to grips with! Best wishes.
This may be a stupid question but how do you get the font to be black letters on white background? The default coloring for me is white letters on black background.