- a jpeg of the Alphabet in the Birthday Bash Font
- a jpeg of all of the cards and some of the shift options that provide additional layers, mats or card details
- a jpeg with all of the tags
- and... a jpeg of the flags that are also available
On the cards, flags and tags samples, each one has a number for a file name. That is the page number where you can find the image.
I have to tell you all, I had not done something like this for a cartridge before, but now I am stoked!!! I had a heck of a time trying to document the images on the Just Because Cards cartridge. My spreadsheet entries said things like "wonky rectangle horizontal card" and "flourish with star rectangle card." Now I can skip that whole enterprise and just provide a jpg with the card shapes and page #'s!
I really do have a life and I am not some cricut wacko I swear. The truth is that I bought my first cricut to use with a specific client's album. Then I opened the box and started working with it and I kept making mistakes. I just did not know how to use it right away and I sure as heck didn't know what I had on the 4 new cartridges I had bought. Sure, I had scoured the handbook pages for hours trying to memorize the content but you can't know something until you know it. I spent SOOOOO much time trying to get my arms around everything cricut so that I could hurry up and get cracking on my clients scrapbook. Needless to say, it was a daunting task since I had such high expectations and on a ridiculous schedule. It took time, but I eventually figured out my Cricut, then Design Studio,then Gypsy and now I have an Imagine too. I guess I have made it my mission to be the resource I had been searching for. I hope it helps a few of you enjoy your Cricut so much more!!