My Infusible Ink idea for using up Infusible Ink scraps has been 1 of the best Cricut craft ideas I have had in a long time! And you don’t even have to open Cricut Design space for this fun project.
For example, in this step by step tutorial I will show you how to make your own hand sanitizer holder using Infusible Ink Transfer sheets and sublimation blanks.
This Infusible Ink idea is also a great gift idea. So it’s right up there with layered infusible ink baby bodysuits, tote bags, ceramic coasters. But this look is much more professional than the look of iron-on vinyl.
What material is best for infusible ink?
Cricut blanks are the equivalent of a sublimation blank. I actually, love the Cricut brand shirts and don’t use any other brand for when I sublimate shirts, even when it’s an infusible ink product. The material that is best for Infusible Ink ideas is polyester blends.
Where is the best place to get blanks for Infusible Ink?
There are many places you can get sublimation blanks, but here are my favorites.
Infusible Ink Idea For Hand Sanitizer Pouches
I bet you are wondering what all you need for this Infusible ink idea. Here’s the list.
- Infusible Ink scraps (I’m sure you can find some of these lying around your craft room.)
- Butcher paper or copy paper (to sandwich in the blank to catch the bleed of your Infusible Ink Sheet)
- Heat Press or EasyPress
- Hand Sanitizer Blank
How great is it to not need a sewing machine or cutting mat for this project? This Infusible Ink Idea is super fun and so easy.
How does Cricut Infusible Ink work?
In short, with Infusible ink, the ink is infused into the material you’re using. However, you can’t use just any material. Blanks for Infusible Ink and sublimation both have to be a polyester blend or be specially coated so that the ink adheres to the material.
Leave a comment below and tell me your ideas for infusible ink scraps.