I love some good fall decor and this Cricut Infusible Ink Fall Pillow Cover is 1 of my favorite things this season! These new pillows are just what I needed to spruce up my living space!
Infusible Ink’s smooth transfers were a game changer in themselves, but now with all of the new Cricut Blanks coupled with amazing seasonal designs, I have a new pillow at least once a week!
Can I Make This Infusible Ink Fall Pillow Cover With The Cricut Explore Air?
Yes! Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets are actually compatible with any cutting machine! These sheets are the equivalent of sublimation, where you will get professional results.
Cricut Infusible Ink is not a raised design that you can feel like you can with heat transfer vinyl. These pro-quality heat transfers infuse into the compatible Infusible Ink Blanks, and they produce amazingly vibrant colors that will never fade.
What Is A Compatible Cricut Blank For Infusible Ink?
Any sublimation blank is also compatible with Cricut Infusible Ink. However, Cricut’s Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets do require a specific material. Incompatible blanks will not hold the design. Infusible Ink Pens and Transfer Sheets don’t work the same way as heat-transfer vinyl, you have to use polyester blanks, the correct amount of heat, and pressure.
Cricut has a whole has of their own transfers, but you can check out Best Blanks to find everything that is compatible. Cricut has the following available:
- Wine Bags
- Cosmetic Bags
- Tote Bag
- Mug Blanks
- Square and round coasters
- Pillow Cover
- Cricut brand shirt
- Stackable mugs
And I am sure there will be more to come!
For more blanks that work with infusible ink, check out this post Best Blanks for Sublimation: A Comprehensive Guide
Do Infusible Ink Projects Also Work With HTV?
Yes, Cricut Infusible Ink designs are the same as those you use for iron-on. Because you use your cutting machine to make cut out the design you will use SVG files with these too!
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