Infusible ink has become a popular product from Cricut in the past several years. I love to experiment with different crafts and infusible ink has been fun to play with. I was one of those kids that was a middle schooler in the 90s so I grew up with 90s country music and I wanted to create a nostalgic t-shirt that I could wear using the Cricut infusible ink.
Supplies Needed for a Cricut Infusible Ink T-Shirt
- Cricut t-shirt blank
- Cricut infusible ink (any colors/patterns you like)
- Optional supplies but nice if you have them: Cricut Mat, Cricut Heat Press
I used the Cricut raglan t-shirt blank and decided I would create the song names in black and the title in a floral pattern infusible ink.
I created the design in Cricut Design Space using a variety of fonts. I do have the SVG available for anyone that wants to make the shirt themselves.
Just remember to choose to “mirror” your design before cutting as you want to cut it this way before applying the heat press.
As you can see in the above picture there are some song names missing. I had to re-cut a couple of the song names because they didn’t cut out as clean as I would have liked. And this reminded me that I need to change out the blade in my Cricut machine as it has started to dull.
In order to make sure the design gets applied smoothly I took a link roller to the t-shirt before applying the design and the parchment paper.
After completing the t-shirt I realized that I forgot to weed out the center of the large “D” in the song “Sold.” But that’s okay because mistakes happen in DIY projects at times and you just learn to roll with it.
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