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If you are a Cricut owner you may have heard about the awesome Infusible Ink line they have come out with. I was a bit hesitant about it at first but I was excited to see what it can do! So I tested it out…
- make sure you’re using laser printer paper.
- Be sure to pick a design that is detailed, but not too small. Make sure you use the right marker or pen for your liking.
- Best used with the Cricut EasyPress and EasyPress Mat.
- Be sure to use butcher paper as directed. If you use the Cricut Infusible Ink Sheets, butcher paper comes in the package.
- Use the heat resistant tape
Step by Step Instructions:
Step 1 Draw your image. You can use the Cricut Design Space images or upload your own. I used one from the Cricut Access.
Step 2 Color in your design if needed.
Step 3 Using the Cricut EasyPress Mat, place your blank on top. Use a piece of white cardstock to protect your blank and the mat.
Step 4 Use a lint roller to roll the area of your blank.
Step 5 Cover the blank with butcher paper to remove wrinkles and moisture.
Step 7 Place the design face down on your blank.
Step 8 Tape down the corners of your design to avoid shifting.
Step 9 Place the butcher paper on top of your design and press. Cricut EasyPress Heat Transfer Guide
Step 10 Let the butcher paper cool before removing.
|The finished product!!|
The whole project was so simple and easier than I thought it would be. I am amazed at how the Cricut Infusible Ink Markers are incredibly cool! So easy and so fun to use. Have you tried the new Infusible Ink Markers? If so, leave me a comment and show me what you’ve made! Now through 12/4 you can Save up to 50% on Infusible Ink Markers!