- a Sample view of the cartridge images
- a look at all the borders on the cartridge
- a Borders Reference Sheet in PDF for download
- a look at a handbook pages with some explanation of the possibilities
- a link to the PDF of the handbook
- a spreadsheet with a list of the images, words and phrases with their pages numbers including a link to download the PDF version.
In addition to the primary images, this cartridge offers an accent image, a phrase, a border and a charm. Each of these images includes at least one layer to add contrast and dimension.
My favorite feature (other than the subject matter) is the border option. Below are all the borders that are included in this cartridge with their page numbers.
To use an image as a border on a 12 x 12 layout, you wouldn't want to enlarge the image to 12 inches wide . This would make the height way to big for a page border. In order to get a long border for larger pages like 12 x 12 paper, you can either cut multiples of the border image and line them up along the edge or you can use Design Studio, Gypsy or Cricut Craft Room to weld multiple copies of the border image together. To learn more about welding with Design Studio, click here, welding with Gypsy, click here and welding with Cricut Craft Room, click here (these are all excellent youtube video tutorials.)
Now lets take a look at a few pages from the Give a Hoot handbook so you can get a feel for what you have to work with. I have added notes to help you understand what each feature key does.
To look at the Give a Hoot handbook you can click here.
Last but not least, here is a list of all of the images and phrases on this cartridge with their page numbers. If you find any errors in the spreadsheet, please let me know so I can correct it. If you would like to share this information on your blog, instead of copy and pasting this info, please paste a link to my site. The spreadsheet below is saved as a JPEG but you can download a PDF version of Give a Hoot here: