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11/9/18

I Need a Hug Iron-on Tote Bag with Cricut EasyPress 2

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Make a funny gift with a quirky saying--I need a hug! (I need a huge amount of money).

 I Need a Hug Iron-on Tote Bag with Cricut EasyPress 2

I love this tote!  It's exactly how I feel some days...a hug would be nice, but really I just need a huge amount of money!  Haha!  I am sure you can think of someone that would love this as equally.  This makes a great handmade gift too!  This is great for a tote bag, tee shirt or wall sign.
 You will need:
Cricut Maker
Cricut EasyPress 2 (large size)
EasyPress Mat
Iron-on Vinyl
Tote Bag
This file from Cricut Design Space™
Load this file into CDS.  Mirror the image and cut the iron-on vinyl with the Cricut Maker.
The Cricut Maker is amazing!  It has so much speed and strength.  Take the time to set the material to the proper setting for a flawless project every time.
Weed the excess vinyl from the freshly cut iron-on.
Now it is ready to adhere to the tote bag or t-shirt.  Check the EasyPress guide for iron-on and get the EasyPress heating up.
Use the EasyPress to heat up the tote and then place the iron-on on top.
Place the EasyPress 2 on the vinyl and press firmly, but no need to stand on the machine.  The EasyPress 2 is amazing.  I love this extra large size, it's perfect for big projects.  The EasyPress 2 heats up fast and has the cutest chime!
After heating all parts of the top of the vinyl, flip the bag over and heat up the other side for about 15 seconds.
Let the vinyl cool down completely and then peel off the carrier sheet.  Easy DIY and Cricut makes it a cinch!  Just a 30 minute project for an awesome custom gift!
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