These Monogrammed Cricut Infusible ink coasters came out so amazing that I am just giving you the Cricut coaster design. You can grab it below.
Between the Cricut, EasyPress 2, and Cricut design space all of your projects come out looking like you’re a pro. Even these Infusible ink coasters.
Can You Use Infusible Ink On Coasters?
Firstly, let me say, yes, you can. However, you do need ceramic coasters with a special coating that is designed for sublimation, or specifically for Infusible ink.
My favorites to use are the Cricut Brand Coasters that were made to use with infusible ink transfer paper. You can get the Cricut brand in round or square coasters.
I also like these hardboard coaster blanks. Whichever you choose make sure you pick one that will work for your infusible ink coasters.
How Do You Use Cricut Infusible Ink On Coasters?
- Upload the design (you can grab mine below).
- Add your letter.
- Using a lint roller or lint free cloth. Make sure that there is no lint or fuzzies on the Infusible Ink Coaster.
- On your machine select infusible ink transfers sheets as the material.
- Cut out your design.
- Preheat your easypress to 400 degrees.
- When its done using heat resistant tape, tape down the design to your coaster.
- Place on the easypress mat with a sheet of butcher paper on top and press.
You can print the full instructions below.
What cut setting for infusible ink?
When I am cutting Infusible Ink transfer sheets I use the material setting for infusible ink. If there are lots of small pieces to the design, then I select more pressure before I start the cut.
Is there a way to remove infusible ink?
Cricut Infusible Ink is a permanent dye if you use it with the intended blanks. For this reason, you need to be extremely careful making your infusible ink coasters.
When you use Infusible Ink. Once it has been pressed, it is infused into the material and there’s nothing you can do to remove it. They make for an easy Cricut DIY, but you have to follow the instructions closely.
I really enjoy working with Cricut infusible ink I have made tote bags and wine bags and so many other things. I would love to hear about what you’ve made with infusible ink sheets.