She said that she uses the top layer while placing these down as a guide to make sure all of her weather symbols are lined up correctly.
She also used the negative image from her rain cut to make sure and get the rain drops lined up correctly.
Be sure to stop by Jin's blog to get the full details on this weather wheel and to see lots of other great projects.
Also, remember if you don't use any of the other software with your Cricut, you could make your own weather wheel by cutting multiple sized circles to layer and then adding the windows and weather elements of your choice. My niece loves to play school and I think something like this would be great for a teaching/school play set.
I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial and remember you still have time to enter this week's challenge.