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Corkboard Iron-on Vinyl with Cricut Maker & EasyPress 2

I received these totes from Cricut in exchange for this post.  Affiliate links included.Upcycle a cork board with iron on vinyl and the Cricut EasyPress 2 with the travel totes.
 Corkboard Iron-on Vinyl with Cricut Maker & EasyPress 2

Iron on vinyl is my favorite crafting medium!  I love putting iron-on on shirts, totes and even hats--but this is the first time I've put it on a cork board.  It's easy and adds so much class to a simple cork board.  Either way this board is turned, it looks fabulous!
 This is a fun craft to take to a craft night, especially by using this EasyPress tote!  Cricut released these adorable insulated totes!  They are insulated, padded and hold the EasyPress 2 in perfect comfort for traveling and taking your crafts wherever you go.  The original EasyPress fits in the large (10x12) tote too!  Keep your machines safe from scuffs and scratches...and make them easy to transport.
For this fun project you will need:
Cricut Maker
Cricut Glitter Iron On Vinyl
This project file
EasyPress 2
Cork Board
Place the iron-on vinyl plastic side down on the mat.  Cut the image in reverse, make sure that it's set to glitter iron-on.  Then weed the extra vinyl.
I love this scrawling flower image.
This cork board is 16x20.
Place the iron-on in the corner, leaving a good border near the frame.  Cover with a protective sheet.
 Do you have the Cricut EasyPress 2 yet?  It is a game changer!  The first shirts I made I used a regular iron.  The heat transfer vinyl lasted one wash...if that.  The images peeled off effortlessly.  It's just too much to ask an iron to heat it up evenly and hot enough.  Since I've been using the EasyPress my shirts and iron-on vinyl have not been wasted.  Best thing...the EasyPress 2 is easy to store and doesn't take up as much space as a heat press...and works as well or better.
I have the EasyPress 2 in Large and Small size...not the 9x9.  If I was just going to buy one, the 9x9 would be fabulous and be able to do anything needed.
Press over the protective sheet for about 30 seconds at 315*.  Then let the vinyl cool down completely and remove the plastic carrier sheet.
The texture of the glitter iron-on is the perfect pairing with the cork board.
With regards to the totes, there's room for all the accessories needed for perfect iron-on transfers.  The EasyPress mat fits in the back pocket for each size of EasyPress Tote...plus some rolls of vinyl.  Great for taking to craft nights or to a friends.
There's a hook and loop closure belt inside the totes, great for keeping the EasyPress 2 held firmly in place, safety base and all.

Tote Compatibility

Small - Cricut EasyPress 2, 6" x 7"
Medium - Cricut EasyPress 2, 9" x 9"
Large - Cricut EasyPress 2, 10" x 12" and Cricut EasyPress, 9" x 9"
Check out my other post on the Cricut EasyPress Totes




This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.





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