I love my die cutting machine! The crafting possibilities are endless and I love that I can personalize everything I make. We use a Cricut Maker and couldn’t be happier. I know it may seem hard, but my favorite thing to do with my Cricut is Iron-On clothing. If you’ve ever wondered How To Iron-On, this is the post for you! It’s so much easier than you think, especially if you have a Cricut EasyPress! Also, if you’re wondering where we got this cool design, it’s from a die cutting membership called Makers Gonna Learn! It’s perfect for crafting lovers like you, be sure to go check it out. I hope you enjoy this fun Cricut Iron-On Project Idea.
- Cricut Maker
- Cricut EasyPress
- Cricut Iron-On
- Weeding Tool Set
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- Take a ruler and measure the spot where you want your design to go. In Design Space, make sure to match the size.
- Load your mat with Iron-On SHINY SIDE DOWN and make sure you mirror your design. Then let the Cricut cut your design.
- Now is the time to check the temperature and preheat your EasyPress.
- Once your Design has been cut be sure to weed all the excess Iron-On and place it on your shorts where you’d like it to go.
- Now lay your shorts on the Cricut EasyPress Mat. Remove the design, preheat the shorts, and reapply. Now adhere in 30-second intervals until it’s all well adhered.
- Once the shorts have cooled down a bit, peel off the transfer sheet to reveal your super easy Iron-On Shorts!
It’s so easy to Iron-On clothing! It’s one of my favorite things to do because it’s foolproof! I hope you enjoyed learning how to iron-on yourself.