Bulk Download Fonts to iPad for Cricut

If you're not a fan of uploading one font at a time to your iPad come see how to bulk upload fonts to ipad. Upload bulk fonts to your iPad to use in Cricut Design Space to make your DIY projects

How to Bulk Download Fonts to iPad for Cricut

Ever wonder if you could Bulk Download Fonts to iPad for Cricut? It’s possible! I’m here to tell you there’s a way to upload an entire folder of fonts all at once! Its super easy, and if you’re a font hoarder like me, it’s a dream come true.

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Identify the font folder you want to upload

Since you’re here you probably already have a folder with a ton of fonts that you want uploaded but if not there are tons of places you can get good quality fonts from.

You can get bundles of fonts from:

If youre downloading a font bundle you find it in the top right corner with the arroww pointing down. Once downloaded tap the file and it will open up in the ‘Files” app on your ipad.

Locate downloaded folder in Files

In Files you will see the zipped file, DO NOT unzip it. You are going to long tap the zipped file and then tap share. You will see a lot of options to open the zipped file into, and look through the apps for AnyFont. If you haven’t already download AnyFont and open it up into it.

Upload file into AnyFont

Tap the dots with lines symbol in the picture below and then check the fonts you want to add. Once you’ve selected a bunch (I wouldn’t do toooooo many otherwise it gets overloaded and doesn’t work. I tried doing over 100 once and it didn’t work). Simply hit the Install on the top right.

Side note. The fonts that have a check mark on the right side of the screen have already been downloaded to your iPad.

The last step is to download the profile. Anyfont will tell you how to get there. But, you basically just go to setting and you will see ‘Profile Downloaded’ on the right under your iCloud login. Tap on it and follow through until it is downloaded.

After you have it downloaded to your iPad, check and make sure it made it into your Cricut Design Space App. Close the Cricut App. Then re-open the app (so it re-sets) and it will be there under ‘System”

Make sure that when you are making your file that you check your grammar, nothing is worse than a completed project with incorrect grammar.

Would you rather watch how to bulk download fonts to iPad for Cricut?

If you need to see how its done instead of read, you can watch me go right through and do just that.

If you need some project inspiration check out these Crafting Blanks and these SVG Subscription Plans. The subscription plans include thousands of SVGs for a great price. A subscription is the best way to go if you do a ton of crafting. But if that isn’t your cup of tea, check out these Free Commercial Use SVGs. Or these Free Commercial Use Fonts to get the inspiration flowing.

If you're not a fan of uploading one font at a time to your iPad come see how to bulk upload fonts to ipad. Upload bulk fonts to your iPad to use in Cricut Design Space to make your DIY projects

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