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j3Mel
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  • j3Mel on 06-01-09 08:27 AM

does anybody know if this is even available?

I would love to make printouts of the designs on cricut cartridges to put in a binder. A regular sheet with all the designs for each option on the cartridge so you would have a quick and handy reference when deciding on embellishments for a page. I know they have those sheets in the back of the little book that comes with each cartridge, but I"m looking for a full size version where I can put all the cart options in one binder to put on my desktop for easy reference.


 
sioux70
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I would really like something like that too. I might try to scan the back of the boxes, and then print it. Just a thought.


 
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Great idea....


 
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You can get those lists HERE


 
musica620
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That doesn't have everything. It just has what is on the box. Storybook has so much more to it. I take it there isn't a complete list.


 
j3Mel
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  • j3Mel on 06-01-09 10:22 AM
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One of my cartridges (I can't remember which) has a page in the back for each function key and what that design will cut out. I may end up scanning that and making it bigger to put in a notebook. None of the rest of my carts have it. I was hoping someone knew of a link where I could print them from the internet.

I noticed that cricut's site has 81/2 x 11 listed behind each cartridge name but no actual link


 
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  • j3Mel Said:
does anybody know if this is even available?

I would love to make printouts of the designs on cricut cartridges to put in a binder. A regular sheet with all the designs for each option on the cartridge so you would have a quick and handy reference when deciding on embellishments for a page. I know they have those sheets in the back of the little book that comes with each cartridge, but I"m looking for a full size version where I can put all the cart options in one binder to put on my desktop for easy reference.


I'm not certain what exactly you want to print. If it is the designs that the cartridges have that are on the back of the boxes go to the Cricut web site. Click on the product tab. select the cartridges you are interested in. Than select the cartridge designs. A pdf page should come up and you can print it and add to a binder. This is what I have done.


 
j3Mel
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  • j3Mel on 06-01-09 07:30 PM
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I want sheets with all th extra designs that aren't on the back of the box. The back of the box is easy, it's the extra function designs that I can't find.


 
scrapmom47
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Linda's blog has a lot of cheat sheets.

Hope I did this correct

Cricut cheat sheets



 
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Join the yahoo group cricut cheat sheets and get access to all kinds of printouts.


 
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  • danee on 03-19-10 09:04 AM
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http://www.scribd.com/people/documents/4047 71-sara?page...

Try this site. They have screen shots for each function key of the cartridge. They also have photo shots of the designs for each function. I printed all of them and have them in a binder. More information here than what you will find on the box or even the booklet that comes with the cartridge. Hope this is what you have been looking for.


 
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  • danee on 03-19-10 09:07 AM
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http://www.scribd.com/people/documents/4047 71-sara?page...

Try this site. They have screen shots for each function key of the cartridge along with the pictures on the keypad that the function selected will give you. They also have photo shots of the designs for each function. I printed all of them and have them in a binder. More information here than what you will find on the box or even the booklet that comes with the cartridge. Hope this is what you have been looking for.


 
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I have a program on my Mac called Bento. It's a great database program and I keep a lot of lists of things there.

Anyway, I have a list of my Cricut Cartridges. I have downloaded the PDF of the sample sheet and handbook to my computer. Now when I click on a cartridge, the sample sheet opens first then I can also flip through the handbook easily to find what I need and/or determine if what I need is even in that cartridge.


 
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  • danee Said:
http://www.scribd.com/people/documents/4047 71-sara?page...

Try this site. They have screen shots for each function key of the cartridge along with the pictures on the keypad that the function selected will give you. They also have photo shots of the designs for each function. I printed all of them and have them in a binder. More information here than what you will find on the box or even the booklet that comes with the cartridge. Hope this is what you have been looking for.



UHHH, nothing there...


 
mommyfink
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You can go to cricut.com and get pdfs of each handbook you can print out.

http://www.cricut.com/information/cartridge _library.asp...



 
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Try this Scribd document:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/2455851/SamplePag es040508


 
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I did this and I can't remember where I got the link from. It was awesome it had 6 handbood pages to a sheet.
I can't believe I did not save it and I have lots more cartridges to add.
Although I have 3 2" binders and alot of printing I use it alot. Seems easier to grab than the booklets and while flipping through the tabbed pages I become more familiar with the other cartridges that I have.


 
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http://web.me.com/lynnforte/www.luvmycricut.info/Large_...
I hope this helps


 
ShawnMosch
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I was just looking at the Cricut Cartridge list and I found a couple of new ones . . . at least they were new to me . . . Classic Font and Cricut Essentials (no . . . it is not Accent Essentials . . . it is a different one)

Have you guys heard about these, or I am just late on finding out about them?

There are pictures posted here
http://craftychicsblog.blogspot.com/2011/01/new-cricut-...


 
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I believe it is unavailable. I have decided to make all cuts from each book in their different sizes, and place them in a loose leaf book. That is, when I have time....


 
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