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Have you been able to try Cricut Infusible Ink yet?! Here’s another fun tutorial creating a Cricut Infusible Ink tote to show you how to utilize this magical new product! If you’re a tote-hoarder like me, this next project is right up your alley.
Wild and free… (Design Space, #M7E832ED)
I wanted to use two patterns from the Animal pack of Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets. I smoothly affixed my transfer sheets to my cutting mat.
Be sure to select the “mirror” option before cutting the design with your Cricut Maker.
Rolling your cutting mat back design side down, helps remove your transfer sheets easily.
The Infusible Ink transfer sheets are on the thicker side which makes weeding your design fairly easy.
To remove all lint and fuzzies, use a lint roller over your tote before applying your design.
Place your EasyPress Mat along with a sheet of cardstock inside your tote with the cardstock facing the side of the tote where you plan to apply your design.
Apply your design on your tote by pressing design with sticky side down.
Lay butcher paper over your design.
Follow the EasyPress settings heat guide for temperature and time found here.
I then applied my second patterned piece to complete my design.
Love, love, love how it turned out!! Now to keep my teenage daughter from stealing it from me!!
This was my second project using Cricut Infusible Ink transfer sheets and I can’t say enough good things about it!! Check out the video below to see how the Cricut Infusible Ink tote was created. And if you missed the coasters… you’ll find them here!
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