Monday, May 23, 2011

MyCutSearch Tip

Here is a quick MyCutSearch Tip
for you.  For those of you that don't know, one talented family
created the website MyCutSearch
to help people find images that are on Cricut cartridges. People have
compared it to a search engine for Cricut images. If you want to learn
more about the Mosch Family and why they created the site, you can read
the whole story here
. If you are looking for an image of a kite,
you can type in the word kite to the search bar and hit search, and MyCutSearch will show you a
preview of all of the Cricut cartridge handbook pages that have a kite
image on them.
Now, if you cannot see the images when they are this small, you can
click on any one of the images to get a larger preview, like this . .

Still need it larger?  Click on the LARGE preview, and you will
see that one page even larger.

Now on to the tip . . . what if you type in your search item, like we
did for kite, and when you click on the preview it brings you to a
totally different page of a cartridge that was not on the original
 search results?  What is wrong   is most likely an
internet cookies issue, and you need to delete internet cookies.
 Sometimes the cookies will hold on to a past search for some odd
reason, so by clearing the cookies you are wiping the slate clean so
that you can do your new search.  We have this and other tips on
our page.

I hope that this helped you to learn something new about MyCutSearch, and how you can use it for your papercrafting needs.


  1. I love this site! I visit it daily! Thanks for the great tutorial.

    Ruthie :)

  2. TFS the site! What a great tool. Please visit my blog I have an award for you.

  3. Thanks for sharing info about our site with your readers!

  4. What an amazing idea, I spend so much time finding a single image that I want to put on my gypsy! I love this


  5. Hi, I love the tutorial and i hope you dont mind but i did copy and pasted this on my blog, if there is a problem please let me know and i will remove it. I just think that everyone should know about this awesome tool
    Thank you

  6. My Cut Search is one of the greatest sites/and tools around!

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  8. Did not know about this site TFS!

    Stop by my blog when you get a minute I have an award for you :-)

    *Had to edit my spelling :-P

  9. Thanks so much for this tip! I will keep it mind!



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