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Hey everyone, I wanted to share a super fun tutorial with you all today. I wanted to show you all How To Use Cricut Printable Iron-On. Lot’s of people have been wondering about it so I thought it would be a good idea to show you all how to use it. We’re going to use a print and cut file from Makers Gonna Learn on a T-Shirt today, and it turned out so good. If you have a die cutting machine and want to get inspired, be sure to check out the website. I hope you enjoy this fun DIY Cricut tutorial.

How To Use Cricut Printable Iron-On

  • Cricut Maker
  • InkJet Printer
  • Cricut Printable Iron-On
  • Black Iron-On
  • Weeding Tool Set
  • Cricut EasyPress
  • Cricut EasyPress Mat
  • StandardGrip Mat
  • White T-Shirt

  1. Open up the “donut worry be happy” file in the Design Space canvas and size the image to fit your T-Shirt.
  2. Select your two donuts and on the right sidebar in the layers panel. Make sure they’re set to “print then cut” (the icon is a printer).
  3. Let your Cricut cut your words in black Iron-On while your printer prints out your donuts onto your Cricut Printable Iron-On. I noticed the printable Iron-On needs some time for the ink to dry as well.
  4. Once everything is cut and dry, lay your shirt down and apply your Iron-On where you’d like it to go.
  5. Preheat your EasyPress to 340 degrees and let it heat up.
  6. Heat your Iron-On for 50 seconds while applying heavy evenly distributed pressure.
  7. Once it’s completely cooled, remove your transfer sheets and enjoy your new punny shirt!

How To Use Cricut Printable Iron-On

 

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