- the "Sample" that Provocraft prints on the back of the cartridge box
- a closer look at the pages in the tri-fold "handbook" with detailed explanations
- and a spreadsheet that includes each phrase, word and image with the corresponding page number
This is the front and back of the tri-fold. It shows all of the layers for each key on the overlay. I not a big fan of the tri-fold. I like to get a good look at the images so the bigger, the better. I have a harder time imagining the possibilities of the images when the layers are not spread out more. Below is the instruction guide they provide on how to cut the layers:
Below is a look at the days of the week to use on your chart:
Below is a look at one of the chore squares you can assign to your "chorees." This one is for getting the car serviced - in our house, it would be for Dad. You could also use it for washing the car or driving carpool.
This next graphic is the overlay which indicates which button to use for each image. The overlay's are placed on the Personal Cutter and the Expression but if you have a digital interface like the on Expression 2, Gypsy or the Imagine, you can keep the overlay in the box. The same is true if you use Design Studio and Cricut Craft Room since they have virtual overlays.
One last thing... I'm hoping that some of you reading have had some experience with this cartridge because there is something that bothers me about the arrangement of the chore chart if you use the layout the provide. Where do you put the "choree" names? The front of the box gives a loose example:
I'd love to hear how you or someone you know designed their chart so that it included the names of family members or roommates. Perhaps each person in the family has their own chore chart? Maybe you create a column to the left of the chart where you put the chores for one person and then you put stars under the day's of the week they were completed? Please share what you know so that this post is complete!