Have you heard about Cricut Infusible Ink yet? We are so excited about this new product Cricut has just released! You might be asking why we are so pumped or what the big deal. I can tell you its a games changer withe making incredible custom products. I decided to make this tote to keep all our scripture study supplies all together in one place.
I started this project with the Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet Patterns in Mermaid Rainbow and the Cricut Medium Tote Bag Blank. There are four different patterns that come with this set, they are all amazing! This tote is what they Cricut a compatible blank to use with all of Cricut Infusible Ink products.
Create a design in Cricut Design Space just as you would with any other Cricut product. Infusible Ink designs need to be mirrored just like iron-on vinyl
Weed your design as usual. Now, this was my first time using this product and it was a little harder to weed than vinyl or Iron-on. It feels like heavy paper or cardstock. If I were to cut it again I would have done a deeper cut. Also notice there is a little fraying on the edges but guess what?? That did not affect my final design. The cool thing about this product is that it’s ink; so the ink soaks into the fabric of the tote when heat is applied. It will not have a raised edge of material like with iron-on; which means it will last longer with use.
Cricut gives GREAT and detailed instructions on how to use this in Infusible Ink on their website. When you make a shirt or a tote you need to use materials to make sure it doesn’t leak through to the other side. I filled my bag with my heat mat and used card-stock on top to soak up any leaks.
Look how vibrant that design is compared to the original sheet! All the Infusible Ink designs become vibrant after the heat is applied. This is the perfect bag to store our family’s scripture study materials.
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