Fun with NEW Cricut Iron-On Designs

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NEW Cricut Iron-On Designs make crafting easy peasy! Quickly and easily add flair and personality to tees, tanks, hoodies, pillows, tote bags, backpacks, towels, blankets, and MUCH MORE! 

cricut crafts made with iron on designsThis is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.This post contains affiliate links. I will be compensated when a purchase is made through these links.

Have you ever wanted to create fun custom clothing and other gear, but felt lost because you don’t have an electronic cutting machine? Well, you’re in luck because Cricut just released over FIFTY awesome ready-to-use Iron-On Designs that don’t require any special tools or materials – all you need is an iron or a Cricut EasyPress and a fabric surface to iron the designs on to. With Cricut Iron-On Designs, you’ll be showing off your new custom gear in no time!

cricut iron on designsThe Cricut Iron-On Designs come in two different sizes – large and small. The large designs are perfect for shirts, hoodies, pillows, tote bags, and other larger sized objects.

cricut iron on designs collage The small designs are perfect for baby onesies, shirts, kitchen towels, backpacks, and other smaller items. Some of the sheets have multiple Iron-On Designs that can be used for several projects.

cricut easypress on displayIf you don’t have a Cricut EasyPress and EasyPress Mat in your crafting arsenal yet, you’re missing out! Even if you don’t own a Cricut cutting machine, the EasyPress is still incredibly handy for all kinds of projects. I find myself reaching for it ALL THE TIME (even for regular ironing ha!) – it’s an absolute MUST-have for iron-on projects! The EasyPress has a 9″ square heating surface that heats with completely even temperature across the entire surface, so you can be assured that your entire design is getting the same amount of heat and pressure with each pass. It’s a game changer!

For more information about why I LOVE the EasyPress, be sure to check out this post!

making a tank with cricut iron on designs and easypressUsing the Cricut Iron-On Designs couldn’t be easier! Remove the Iron-On Design from the packaging (this “I Do What I Want” design will be available soon here), place it on top of your surface in the desired position, and slip the EasyPress Mat underneath.

hand hovering cricut easypress onto tank topSet the EasyPress temperature to 340 degrees and press for 30 seconds. Flip the garment over and press for an additional 15 seconds. (Note: if using a towel with your EasyPress or when using any fabric other than cotton or polyester, please refer to the Cricut EasyPress Recommended Settings Chart)

I do what I want tank top Allow the design to cool completely before peeling off the plastic liner.

do what i want cricut iron on on shirtI’m totally loving how this turned out! SO easy peasy!

Please note these care instructions for items created using the Iron-On Designs: 

● Allow 24 hours after application before washing.
● Wash and tumble dry inside out.
● Do not bleach.
● If you need to iron, only iron on the backside of the garment.

mandala tote bag made with cricut iron onOf course, I couldn’t just stop at ONE  project, so I also made a canvas tote bag using this pretty mandala Iron-On Design.

cricut iron on mandala design on tote bagAgain, simply iron the design on (preferably with your EasyPress!), allow to cool, and remove the plastic liner.

black tote bag with mandala designHow cute is that?! Not too shabby for about three minutes worth of work!

sleepy and i need a nap cut files on drink can coozies I wondered how well the Iron-On Designs would work with less conventional materials, so I decided to try it out on these can cozies that are made from a scuba knit polyester fabric and lined with insulating polyurethane foam (similar to neoprene). I thought these nap time ones were kind of perfect and cheeky since I always reach for my favorite caffeinated canned beverage every time I feel sleepy!

need a nap drink can cooziesSO. Stinkin’. Cute. (Am I right?!) I kind of want to make ALL the can cozies now!

drink can koozies made with cricut

cute sleeping mask next to cricut easypress Naturally, I couldn’t let the third design on the sleepy Iron-On Designs sheet go to waste, so I decided to dress up this pink satin sleep mask!

lets sleep in sleeping mask with svg file design Who’s ready for nap time?!

I had SO much fun playing with the new Cricut Iron-On Designs, and I can’t wait to see all of the new design options that will be coming out soon! I’m really hoping for even more cute donut designs! The Cricut Iron-On Designs were SUPER easy to use, and they’re the perfect solution for crafters who want to create their own apparel and home goods without the use of a cutting machine…OR, if you do own a cutting machine (my favorite is the Cricut Maker!), take your designs to the next level by combining the Cricut Iron-On Designs with other iron-on or heat transfer vinyl that you’ve designed yourself! The possibilities are endless!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

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