How to Transfer Infusible Ink Designs to T-Shirt Blanks

How to Transfer Infusible Ink Designs to T-Shirt Blanks


How to Transfer Infusible Ink Designs to T-Shirt Blanks In this video we’ll cover how to apply
your Infusible Ink design to a compatible t-shirt blank using two
techniques: first with the design cut from Infusible Ink
Transfer Sheets, and the other with a design created from Infusible Ink Pens
and Markers. For artwork made with transfer sheets, start by placing your
weeded design on top of your shirt, ink side facing down.
Use a piece of butcher paper to cover your design. Just make sure it’s larger
than your heat plate. Next, confirm the settings for your project using the Heat
Transfer Guide. Now, place Cricut EasyPress directly on top of your design and butcher paper. And, making sure not to move the machine, start the timer. Use two
hands to grip, spread evenly, and there’s no need to add any pressure. Just keep
the machine in place. Once the beep sounds, just lift the machine straight up. When your design is cool to the touch
remove the butcher paper, then the liner. If there’s any piece that shouldn’t be
there, use tweezers to carefully remove them. Don’t use your fingers because you
risk transferring ink in places that you probably don’t want. That’s it! Now, let’s transfer a design created with pens and markers. Place your design on
your shirt, ink side down. Secure your design in place using heat resistant
tape. Don’t skip this step, because not taping your design could result in an
unwanted ghosting effect. Cover the design with butcher paper, again making
sure it’s larger than your heat plate. And again, confirm the right settings for
your project, this time using Infusible Ink Pens and Markers and Infusible Ink
T-Shirt as your base. When you’re ready, place your Cricut EasyPress directly on
top of your design. And again, without moving the machine, start the timer. Same technique here, too: two-handed grip, evenly spread, no added pressure. When time’s up lift the machine straight
up. Then, let your design cool. And that’s
when you can remove the butcher paper and the taped-down laser paper to reveal
your fully infused design. Looks great!

7 thoughts on “How to Transfer Infusible Ink Designs to T-Shirt Blanks

  1. When using the markers and pens, are you able to reuse the same laser paper with the design on it to create another shirt or is it a one time use?

  2. STOP doing these videos until all your customers can get your products. Cricut are being totally unfair to their (ex) loyal customers.

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