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Create with Cricut’s New Infusible Ink Blanks

Cricut has a variety of new infusible ink blanks. Cricut sent me a few samples in order to write this review and promote their new products. The new materials include cosmetic bags, pillow covers, wine bags, and toddler-sized t-shirts. I made my daughter this bag to hold her drawing supplies from the cosmetic bag set. 

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Materials:

Directions:

To begin, I created the graphic I used in Design Space. The following video tutorial shows you how that was done.


Cutting the infusible ink on the Cricut Maker.
On the mat, I aligned the cut to the center utilizing the blue and red section of the design.


Then I weeded away the parts I didn’t want.


Placing the infusible ink, if you look closely you will see a slight fold in the bag and the infusible ink.
This is a trick I use to align the center of the image and blank.


Using the heating guide at Cricut, I set my EasyPress and pressed.


Using a warm peel, my project is done!

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