How to Draw Designs with Infusible Ink Pens & Markers

How to Draw Designs with Infusible Ink Pens & Markers


How to Draw Designs with Infusible Ink Pens & Markers In this video we’ll show you how to draw
your custom artwork made with Infusible Ink pens and markers.
You’ll also need a Cricut cutting machine, a LightGrip mat, and you may
want a paper trimmer handy. This video assumes, of course, that you’ve already
finalized your heat transfer artwork in Design Space, and all that’s left to do
is to make it! Place a clean sheet of laser copy paper onto your LightGrip
mat. Based on your artwork, Design Space will prompt you to change the pen or
marker. Just load the pen, load the mat into your machine, and, when you’re ready,
press the flashing Go button. When your design is complete just unload
the mat and remove the paper. Think more peeling your mat from the paper rather
than peeling the paper from the mat. We like trimming down the excess paper, too,
so you’re left with just your design. Depending on the look you’re going for
you can leave the design as is or color it in. Just be sure to protect your work
surface with a separate sheet of paper to prevent any bleed-through. And that’s it! Your Infusible Ink
design is now ready to transfer!

4 thoughts on “How to Draw Designs with Infusible Ink Pens & Markers

  1. But can we actually create designs that can be drawn with infusible ink pens? That’s been a blind spot with the cricut machines.

  2. Can't you set the design to color in the details? In the video she has to hand-color the pink and orange, it seems like the machine should swap pens and fill for you? This leaves room for human error and would be very time consuming.

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