How to Use Cricut Infusible Ink Transfers!


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I love Cricut Infusible Ink Transfers. Infusible ink creates the most seamless finish on shirts, totes and other select surfaces. This shirt craft is perfect for any skill level, even beginners. This post is sponsored by Cricut with affiliate links.

How to Use Cricut Infusible Ink Transfers!

I love Cricut Infusible Ink Transfers. Infusible ink creates the most seamless finish on shirts, totes and other select surfaces. This shirt craft is perfect for any skill level, even beginners. This post is sponsored by Cricut with affiliate links.

I love Cricut Infusible Ink Transfers. Infusible ink creates the most seamless finish on shirts, totes and other select surfaces. This shirt craft is perfect for any skill level, even beginners.

Supplies Needed for Cricut Infusible Ink Shirt:

Brayer
Green Cutting Mat

Supplies Needed for Cricut Infusible Ink Shirt: Cricut Maker (All machines will cut Infusible Ink) Cricut EasyPress 2 and Mat Cricut Shirt Blank Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Brayer Green Cutting Mat





How to make an Infusible Ink shirt using the Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2.

Step 1: Cricut Infusible Ink

Begin by placing the Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer on the green cutting mat with the ink side up. Don't over handle the Infusible Ink. Make sure you have clean and dry hands. The Infusible Ink Transfers will look dull before the heat, and then they pop vibrantly!

Begin by placing the Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer on the green cutting mat with the ink side up. Don't over handle the Infusible Ink. Make sure you have clean and dry hands. The Infusible Ink Transfers will look dull before the heat, and then they pop vibrantly!

Cut the image mirrored using the Cricut Maker. All Cricut cutting machines can cut infusible ink, but the Cricut Maker is my choice every day of the week. Check out this post for all the ways the Cricut Maker rocks!

Cut the image mirrored using the Cricut Maker. All Cricut cutting machines can cut infusible ink, but the Cricut Maker is my choice every day of the week. Check out this post for all the ways the Cricut Maker rocks!

Step 2: Weed the Infusible Ink Transfer

The Infusible Ink is like a thick paper sticker. It weeds very easily, but try not to touch the ink too much or it can warp or damage the finish. 

The Infusible Ink is like a thick paper sticker. It weeds very easily, but try not to touch the ink too much or it can warp or damage the finish.

Step 3: Press the Infusible Ink

Warm up the shirt with the EasyPress 2. Then place the Infusible Ink Transfer ink side down on the shirt. Then cover it with the included butcher paper. 

Warm up the shirt with the EasyPress 2. Then place the Infusible Ink Transfer ink side down on the shirt. Then cover it with the included butcher paper.

Then press the EasyPress on the shirt for 40 seconds at 400*. 

Then press the EasyPress on the shirt for 40 seconds at 400*.

Then lift off the EasyPress, remove the butcher paper and then carefully pull off the transfer.

Then lift off the EasyPress, remove the butcher paper and then carefully pull off the transfer.

All the ink has vanished off the transfer and is vibrant and vivid on the shirt!

All the ink has vanished off the transfer and is vibrant and vivid on the shirt!

I saved the negative space images and pressed them onto the sleeve for added fun. I love saving all my scraps for other projects!

I saved the negative space images and pressed them onto the sleeve for added fun. I love saving all my scraps for other projects!

The seamless, smooth finish is awesome! This cute shirt takes about 10 minutes to make, which is perfect for handmade gifts...even last minute ones!

The seamless, smooth finish is awesome! This cute shirt takes about 10 minutes to make, which is perfect for handmade gifts...even last minute ones!

That's it!

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Learn how to use Cricut Infusible Ink Transfers for shirts with the Cricut Maker. Great for handmade gifts and custom crafts!



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