Just one of the many ways to label your Cricut cartridge handbooks for an easy reference to find the exact image you want to cut. Everyone finds something that works for them and this is just one easy way that I found that quickly works for me when it comes to image cartridges. When it comes to labeling font cartridges it is a little different and in general I don’t mess with it because the font cartridge overlays are set up just like your computer keyboard and the handbook puts them in alphabetical order. Simply knowing where the letters are on the keyboard make it simple enough for me to find on the overlay so I do not worry about finding the shape I want to cut. Let me know if you feel differently about it, I would love to hear your thoughts! As always, please feel free to comment!
Great Job on the Video Megan!! Thanks for mentioning my site!
P.S. I do like that you leave the little “R” for row off, but since I’ve been doing it like that so long, I think I’ll just keep doing it! 🙂
I wonder why Cricut hasn’t thought to print this kind of guide on their booklets since it’s so helpful to have.