HOW TO USE CRICUT PRINTABLE IRON-ON
Hey everyone, I have got a really fun tutorial to share with you today. With this craft project, I’m going to show you How to Use Cricut Printable Iron-On. We have had quite a few questions about it and know how popular it is so we thought it would be the perfect time to show you how to use it. We are using a print and cut file from our Makers Gonna Learn membership files on a T-Shirt today. I just love the way it turned out. Be sure to check out the benefits of membership – it’s a must have if you like crafting with a die cutting machine. Now let’s get started with this fun DIY Cricut craft project.
- Cricut Maker
- InkJet Printer
- Cricut Printable Iron-On
- Black Iron-On
- Weeding Tool Set
- Cricut EasyPress
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- StandardGrip Mat
- White T-Shirt
- Open up the “donut worry be happy” file in the Design Space canvas and size the image to fit your T-Shirt.
- Select your two donuts and on the right sidebar in the layers panel. Make sure they’re set to “print then cut” (the icon is a printer).
- Let your Cricut cut your words in black Iron-On while your printer prints out your donuts onto your Cricut Printable Iron-On. I noticed the printable Iron-On needs some time for the ink to dry as well.
- Once everything is cut and dry, lay your shirt down and apply your Iron-On where you’d like it to go.
- Preheat your EasyPress to 340 degrees and let it heat up.
- Heat your Iron-On for 50 seconds while applying heavy evenly distributed pressure.
- Once it’s completely cooled, remove your transfer sheets and enjoy your new punny shirt!
Tanner, Courtney, and the rest of the Makers Gonna Learn Team are all here because we love die-cutting and especially love sharing fun projects and tutorials with fellow makers. We are all great friends and are always having a blast when we are together- you will see this on camera, especially during live streams! We are here to inspire and support you in your crafting journey!