Simple Baby Gift with Cricut Infusible Ink

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Hello everyone! Happy Wednesday.
I have the amazing opportunity to work with Cricut to show you their amazing new Infusible Ink. Cricut makes it so easy to create a quick gift on the go with this project. Everyone will be asking, "You really made this?"
Infusible Ink system delivers pro-level, personalized heat transfers right from home. It leaves your projects seamless, smooth and the transfers come one with your material. Because of its advanced technology, Infusible Ink is peel as well as crack-proof and the vibrancy will last wash after wash.

Remember your creative imagination is endless. The personalization possibilities are remarkable and you will enjoy your vibrant projects.

There are a few things you will need for this project and the preparation takes a few moments so let's get started.

Supplies:
Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
the cutting machines will give you ultimate cutting for all your projects.
EasyPress2
even heat plate, temperatures up to 400 degrees. It's advanced features ensure flawless results.
     Standard Grip Cutting Mat
     EasyPress Mat (small and medium)
     Cricut Body Suit (compatible with Infusible Ink)
     Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet
     Butcher paper
     Cardstock
     Lint roller
     Scissors
     Tweezers
     Personalized Design (using Cricut Design Space)

1.   Design image and cut.  Remembering to mirror your image.
2.   Remove cut design from the mat and trim away from the unused area.  
3.   Remove negative pieces from your design.  
4.   Place small Cricut EasyPress Mat covered with cardstock inside the bodysuit.
5.   Place bodysuit with small EasyPress mat and cardstock on top of a medium EasyPress mat.  Using this additional mat protects your work surface.  
6.   Use lint roller over the entire surface to remove debris.
7.   Preheat EasyPress 2 to 385 degrees for 15 seconds - Cricut EasyPress Heat Transfer Guide
8.   Preheat body-suit to remove moisture and wrinkles.
9.   Add image to the bodysuit, cover with butcher paper and press for 40 seconds
10. Let everything cool, remove butcher paper and liner with design.
The results are amazing.  Here is a helpful tip, make sure your image is smaller than your EasyPress.  I hope you enjoyed this project, you can find more information on Infusible Ink and Cricut here.



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