Now that summer is here all I can think about is the beach! I love going on vacation and I look forward to it every year. This summer I wanted some new beach gear so I decided to make a great matching towel and bag set.
If you’re curious about How To Use Cricut Patterned Iron-On it’s your lucky day. I love how it turned out and this Iron On is hands down the easiest material to weed ever. It’s foolproof!
I can’t wait to show you all how to use this great new product. Check out the full tutorial below. You can also go check out all nine of the new designs right here to help think up some new Iron On projects.
How To Use Cricut Patterned Iron-On
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- Cricut Patterned Iron-On
- Light-Grip Mat
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- Cricut EasyPress
- Weeding Tool Set
- Cricut Maker
- Beach Towel
- Beach Bag
1. Click here and open the design space project. Size them to fit your beach bag and towel. Be sure to mirror your images and set your material to Patterned Iron-On, then cut.2. Once your design has been cut use your weeding tool to remove the excess Iron-On from your design. I love how easy it is to weed patterned Iron-on! 3. Lay your towel down on the EasyPress Mat and to preheat your surface for 5 seconds. Lay your Patterned Iron-On design down and heat at 340 degrees for 30 seconds while applying even pressure.4. Flip your towel around and heat the back of your design for 15 seconds. Then do a cold peel.
5. Follow the same process as before when making your bag. Preheat your bag for 5 seconds and apply the design at 340 degrees for 30 seconds.
6. Then heat the back of your waves design for 15 seconds and once it has cooled remove the transfer sheet.
Wasn’t this a great DIY? The bag is perfect to store all of your beach accessories plus the matching towel. I was so excited to use the new Cricut Easypress Mat along with the Patterned Iron-On. They did not disappoint. If you want to up your crafting game it’s time to get yourself the new mat and patterned Iron-On.
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