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Personalized Halloween T-shirts and Tote Bags With Cricut Infusible Ink

Halloween Ideas With Cricut Infusible Ink



You guys are going to love Cricut Infusible Ink after watching this tutorial! :) CLICK HERE

I have 2 really fun designs for you to use with Compatible with Infusible Ink T-shirts and Totes they are completely free for access members. 

If you go to Cricut Design Space images and search under Miss Kate Cuttables you will find a ton of fun and vibrant images. 

Make sure and use my files Pumpkin, Frank, Cat as I have sliced and welded to make them easy to work with Infusible Ink. 
Now if you would like to use another one of her images just make sure you slice and weld to make it work like a puzzle piece for infusible in so there is no overlapping as you can't layer on-top of another. I will try and do a tutorial on this soon :)


Supplies I used for The Tote Bag Pumpkin

Cricut Infusible Ink

The butcher paper is included with the ink


Supplies used for the T-shirt Frankenstein 

Cricut Infusible Ink 
The butcher paper is included with the ink

Machines Used 


My favorite part of Cricut Infusible Ink is weeding and the big reveal 😍

I love to use my paper trimmer to cut my ink down to size to keep a straight clean line.
You can use your Cricut Maker or Your Explore family to cut Cricut Infusible Ink

🚨ADVANCED TIP ONLY!! You can carefully go over a piece by lining it up perfect and secure very well with heat transfer tape and butcher paper.. It's not recommended so do It at your own risk! :) that is how I was able to brighten up my pumpkin since this was a fur texture🎃 


I hope you will step outside the box and try the Cricut Infusible Ink for your next project :)

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Thanks for checking out my blog xoxo CrystalAnn 


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