A couple of days ago, I told you about the list of cartridges that are included in the Cricut Image Library Subscription. The link to the list can be found within the subscription description (couldn't resist that phrase!).
The PDF of the list of items included is three pages long and pretty dense with three columns across the page. It might be hard to get a quick idea whether some image sets are included because it is hard to remember all of the ones you might like to use.
If you'd like to see the opposite list - the list of the items that are NOT included - I recommend Narelle's list on her blog, The Non-Crafty Crafter. You'll find that HERE. This obviously took her some time to assemble so please be sure to say "Thanks!" (you can tell her I sent you there to find the list).
Narelle also has a list of all of the cartridges ever released with links to the handbooks for your convenience.
On the list of non-included cartridges you will find the cartridges that are or were exclusive to certain companies (Creative Memories, Close To My Heart, Hobby Lobby, etc.), Licensed popular Characters (Disney, Hello Kitty, Nickelodeon, Sesame Street, Pixar, DC Comics, etc), Martha Stewart, Cricut Circle, and some of the cartridges that were exclusive to certain machines. The Imagine cartridges are also on the list along with a lot of the cartridges from the early years of the Cricut machine.
The monthly and annual subscription options are now available to purchase - you can find them HERE. Remember, you do not need to have the Explore to use the subscription. The subscription rights are added to your Cricut account and will also work with the Cricut Craftroom.
|Easter cards from Simple Holiday Cards cartridge|
I have found so many interesting things that were hidden on cartridges that I never bought or that are part of the digital exclusive sets. While I have most of the old cartridges and lots of the licensed ones, I still love having the subscription to be able to use so many more items at a very reasonable cost. You do not need any subscription to use the cartridges you own - you just need to link them to your Cricut account and then you can use them with Design Space or the Cricut Craftroom program.
The last day of March was rather dull and rainy - my fingers are crossed for some nice sunshine to start April off on a good foot! I couldn't craft today - I am buried in paper work of the non-crafty type, trying to get the taxes finished!
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