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Did you know that you can use your Cricut EasyPress on wood? I’ve seen a lot of crafters using Iron-on Designs for t-shirts, tote bags,  hats, and different things like that. That made me want to think outside the box and create a really fun DIY Memo Board. So, today I’m going to share with you how to use Cricut Iron-On Designs with your Cricut EasyPress on wood. You won’t believe how great it turns out, and this project is so stylish yet functional. I hope you all enjoy it!

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Supplies:

How To: DIY Memo Board

Steps:

  1. Place the Cricut Iron-On Design of your choice on the piece of wood and preheat your Cricut EasyPress at 340 degrees.How To: DIY Memo Board
  2. Once preheated, place the Cricut EasyPress on top of your Cricut Iron-On Design and start the time for 30 seconds. Make sure that you’re doing this on a stable surface to get evenly distributed pressure.

How To: DIY Memo Board

3. Now that we’re done using the Cricut EasyPress to our Cricut Iron-On design, we’ll now apply our basket, hooks and dry erase piece on the left side of our board.

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How To: DIY Memo Board

How To: DIY Memo BoardAnd there you have it! You now have your own DIY Memo Board. It’s super fast and easy to do and perfect for any crafters who are looking for projects that can be done in minutes! Hope you enjoyed this tutorial and I’m so excited for you to try it and create your own Memo Board.

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