HOW TO USE CRICUT INFUSIBLE INK

If you have a Cricut machine, you've probably made projects using Vinyl and Iron-On. But have you used Infusible Ink? It is so much fun! Sometimes people are a bit wary of using it, but there's no need. My video below will demystify it for you, and show you just how easy it is to create your first Infusible Ink project.


Infusible Ink comes in sheets or as pens. With the sheets, you cut them out with your Cricut machine and then using your Easy Press, you transfer the ink on the sheets onto whatever blank you're using. (It could be a t-shirt, bag, coaster, there are lots of things to choose from). The finished effect is completely different to vinyl: The ink infuses into the base, like dye. It won't budge, whatever you do to it! No peeling, flaking, no extra bulk. It's magical.


You do ideally need a Cricut Easy Press, as a lot of heat is required to transfer the ink. I'll show you all about it in the video.


I'd love to see your Infusible Ink creations, please do share them with me! And don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions at all.


Happy Cricut-ing!

Kate xx



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