Learn how to make adorable gifts with an infusible ink sheet on a onesie.
Infusible Ink has been out for almost a year now – have you had a chance to use it yet? If you’re just getting started, I have a great post with beginner tips for Infusible Ink.
- Cricut baby bodysuit Blank
- Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet
- Butcher paper
- White cardstock (or 4 layers of butcher paper)
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore cutting machine
- StandardGrip Machine Mat
- Cricut EasyPress 2 or Cricut EasyPress
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- Lint roller
- Press Infusible Ink sheet onto green mat. Liner side down, colored side up
- Size image in Design Space to fit the shirt
- Send project to cut - be sure to mirror the design!
- Cut with a fine point blade and the infusible ink transfer sheet setting
- Remove excess transfer sheet using fingers or tweezers
- Set EasyPress to 385 degrees and 15 seconds
- Layer a piece of white cardstock inside the shirt
- Remove any dust with a lint roller
- Cover shirt with a piece of butcher paper and preheat shirt for 15 seconds
- When cool, position the transfer sheet design on the shirt. Cover with butcher paper
- Press for 40 seconds - use a decent amount of pressure, but keep hands still while pressing
- Remove EasyPress and let layers cool
- Lift off the transfer sheet and reveal the beautiful ink below
For Infusible Ink to work correctly, the fabric must have a high percentage of polyester. The Cricut brand shirts have been tested to give vibrant color retention.
Have you tried the Cricut baby bodysuits yet? They’re super soft and as you can see, hold these colors beautifully. So try it today or pin it for later!