I’m a bit beyond excited to show you how I used a Cricut Tote Bag as Fabric. I made 2 cute Infusible Ink fabric labels for a metal tool & herb container for decor. It turned out SO cute! And SO easy! And SO personal & unique!
Layering Cricut Infusible Ink
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Layering Cricut Infusible Ink with 2 different infusible ink transfer sheets was super easy! Be sure to watch the video below where I teach you how I did this great Cricut tote bag hack with infusible ink!
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Infusible Ink tote bag project hack
- Free File or one of your own files for a similar project
- Cricut Tote Bag
- Fabric Scissors (These are my new “go-to” fabric scissors, so comfy to use!!!) Lightweight and ergonomic with flat handle design 😊
- Cricut Green Cutting Mat
- Butcher Paper
- White 80# or more cardstock
- Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets
- Easy Press 1 or 2
- Cricut Easy Press Mat
- Lint Roller
- Braided Ribbon (Optional)
- Felt (Optional)
My Mantle showing my last two Cricut Tote Bag Hack projects with Infusible Ink!
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