Layering Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets on T-Shirts.

How to Use INFUSIBLE INK Transfer Sheets.

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I want to share with you the step by step and detailed process of how to customize tshirts with Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets:

  • What materials you will need,
  • Design preparation,
  • How to cut it,
  • How to transfer the transfer layers of Infusible Ink,
  • How to press it to transfer the design, and
  • The final result will be spectacular.
  • Beside all these, I will be giving you a FREE layered SVG Design for you to download.

Infusible Ink transfer sheets are an excellent alternative to sublimation when you don’t have a printer to sublimate.

The final result will be spectacular with vivid and bright colors!!! Scroll down to see the written instructions and video tutorial.

Video tutorial in my Youtube Channel.

List of products to use for this bleaching project on sublimation t-shirts:

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Programs and Designs:

Cricut Design Space Program

Check out the Heat Guide on Cricut Website.

You could use your own image, a Cricut access image or design but if you like the one used in this tutorial, you are FREE to download and use it for your custom items.

This time, I will be customizing a T-Shirt but you could also customize mugs using Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets.

For that, you will need a Cricut Mug Press. I have previously posted a video of how to do this process. If you would like to learn, I invite you to click on the video below.

How to customize Mugs with Infusible Ink and Cricut Mug Press:

Infusible Ink
Sublimated Photo Mugs

Machines and Materials:

INSTRUCTIONS:

Step 1

Preparing the design:

  1. Work with Cricut Access design, use your own design or if you wish you may use the FREE design used in this tutorial.
  2. Select the image and resize to your need. The T-Shirt I am customizing is a Small. The design will be resize to 9.5 by 5″
  3. Group it if you wish, then
  4. Click on MAKE IT,
  5. Cut layer by layer. Using the Infusible Ink transfer Sheet Setting on the Cricut Design Space Program.,
  6. VERY IMPORTANT: Select Mirror mode when cutting Infusible Ink transfer sheets.
  7. Place the Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets on the Cricut mat with the design facing up and the grid facing down,
  8. Go to your machine and charge the cutting mat with the Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets,
  9. Weed the Design,
  10. Layer the pieces. Align and place one on top of the other one,
  11. Place all the parts together to form the complete design and move to the next step.
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Step 2.

Transferring the Design in to the Tshirt:

  1. Preheat the Easy Press at 385 degrees F for 40 seconds.
  2. Place the T-Shirt on top of a heat resistant mat,
  3. Place a piece of parchment or butcher paper inside the tee,
  4. Iron the surface where the design will go {about 15 to 20 seconds},
  5. Align and place the design,
  6. Place a piece of butcher paper on top and press it.
  7. Reveal the design,
  8. Ready yay!! you already have a beautiful customized T-Shirt using Infusible Ink in layers.
Picture from Cricut Website.
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Finished product.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and above all that it has been very helpful to you.

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Daisy Multifacetica.