How to Transfer Infusible Ink Designs to Tote Blanks

How to Transfer Infusible Ink Designs to Tote Blanks


How to Transfer Infusible Ink Designs to
Tote Bag Blanks In this video we’ll show you how to
transfer your Infusible Ink artwork to a compatible tote bag. We’ll show you first
how to infuse artwork created with transfer sheets, and then we’ll cover how
to infuse a design made with pens and markers.
Let’s start with a pre-weeded sheet. Place the design on top of your tote bag,
ink side facing down. Cover your design with the sheet of butcher paper. Just
make sure it’s larger than your heat plate. Before applying heat confirm your
settings using the Cricut Heat Transfer Guide. Select your heat transfer material,
and then, of course, your base. Place your Cricut EasyPress directly
on top and, making sure not to move the machine, start the timer. Use two hands to grip, spread evenly. No need to add any pressure. Just keep the machine still. When time’s up just lift the machine
straight up and let your design cool. Then you can remove the butcher paper,
followed by the liner, making sure the paper stays on the liner. If you’re left
with any pieces on your tote use tweezers to lift them away. Don’t use
your fingers; because the ink is still warm, you may inadvertently transfer
color where you don’t mean to. That’s it! Now we’ll transfer a design created with
pens and markers. Place your copy paper on your tote, design side down. Secure
your design in place using heat resistant tape. And, again, don’t skip this
step; otherwise it may move during the transfer process resulting in some
unwanted effects. Now, cover your design with butcher paper, again making sure
it’s larger than your heat plate. And again, now’s the time to confirm the
correct settings for your project using our Heat Transfer Guide. Select your
material and the base. Now, place Cricut EasyPress directly on
top making sure not to move the machine once it touches down. Then start the
timer. You only need light pressure. When time’s
up, just lift the machine straight up. Once your design has cooled, remove the
tape and the paper and admire your infused design! You got this!

3 thoughts on “How to Transfer Infusible Ink Designs to Tote Blanks

  1. Sorry, but if these products are only available in America can you specify this more clearly or make a cricut official America channel and put these on there.

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