Print Then Cut Trick or Treat Bag

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Here's a super fun tutorial on How To Use Cricut Printable Iron-On to make a fun Trick or Treat bag.  We’re going to use a print and cut Halloween file on a tote bag today, and it turned out so good. Perfect for your kids to take with them trick or treating on Halloween night.

How to Make Printable Iron-On Shirt

  1. Open up the file in the Design Space canvas and size the image to fit your tote bag.
  2. Let your printer print out your file onto your Printable Iron-On. I noticed the printable Iron-On needs some time for the ink to dry as well.
  3. Once everything is cut and dry, lay your tote down and apply your Iron-On where you’d like it to go.
  4. Preheat your EasyPress and make sure your tote is laying on the EasyPress Mat.
  5. Heat your Iron-On for the recommended time.
  6. Once it’s completely cooled, remove your transfer sheets and enjoy your new tote bag!