Hood Life Cricut Layered Infusible Ink Shirt DIY

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Hood Life Cricut Layered Infusible Ink Shirt DIY

Cricut Infusible Ink is a dream! I love the way the ink is infused into the shirt, leaving it smooth and flawless. Learn how to layer Cricut Infusible Ink on a shirt with this tutorial.

This shirt is perfect for anyone to wear...but it was extra fun for me to make. I gifted it to a friend who's last name is Hood. It's perfection.

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Lint Roller or Painters Tape
Text Designed in Cricut Design Space
(I used Varsity and Playlist fonts, both free)

Text Design in Cricut Design Space:

Design the text desired in Cricut Design Space. Use 2 different colors of text and overlap them slightly. Then select both layers and click the slice button. Then delete the scraps sliced away, so that the 2 words overlap each other perfectly.

Cut the Infusible Ink:

Mirror the image and select the Infusible Ink setting. Cut the infusible ink in the order the machine requests it. Don't touch the Infusible Ink transfer, just hold the edges and quickly set on the mat.

Layering the Cricut Infusible Ink:

After cutting both layers of the Infusible Ink Transfers, weed the excess Infusible Ink away.

Then carefully peel the layering word off the transfer carrier sheet.

Then stick the layering word on the carrier sheet of the first word. Then place the carrier sheet back on the backside of the layered word. 

Iron on the Infusible Ink:

Now place the shirt on the EasyPress Mat and use the lint roller to clean off the shirt...or some painters tape. Remove any lint or fluff.

Heat up the EasyPress 2 to 400*. Then warm up the Infusible Ink Shirt for about 10 seconds.

Then turn the Infusible Ink Transfer over and place it down on the warm shirt. Go slowly and place it perfectly the first time. Now cover with the butcher paper included with the transfers.

Then place the EasyPress 2 on the shirt and press for 30 seconds.

Remove the EasyPress 2 and then let the shirt cool down completely. 

The Big Finish:

After cooling, lift the transfer off the shirt and see your stunning shirt!

That's right--Hood Life! I love how the subtle layering worked with the Infusible Ink!

That's it! 

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gmanshk said…
could you tell me what fonts you used for the hood and life?
Doodlecraft said…
yes of course! Varsity and Playlist (both free fonts)