Christmas Coasters with Infusible Ink

Christmas Coasters with Infusible Ink

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If you haven't heard the news yet, Cricut released a brand new product this past summer called Infusible Ink. Infusible Ink is an all-new system of Cricut DIY products that make it possible to achieve pro-level, personalized heat transfers on T-shirts and more at home for the first time. Unlike the vinyl or HTV process, where artwork is attached on top of a base material using adhesive, an Infusible Ink transfer becomes one with the material itself. The results are bright, beautiful, seamlessly smooth transfers that never flake, peel, wrinkle, or crack. You can read more about Infusible Ink by clicking here.

If you haven't tried it out yet, I would highly encourage you to give it a shot! In the video below, I'm showing you how to make some Infusible Ink Christmas coasters. I think that coasters are a great first project to try out with Infusible Ink— so I'd encourage you to give it a shot! The results are incredible. 


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What do you think? Pretty simple, huh? Let me know in the comments below if you give it a shot. Happy making!



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