Cricut’s brand of infusible ink blanks are easy to use and quite pretty (just check out these tags I made for last year’s Christmas stockings here) but they only give you three options! Which leaves us looking for more.
I started with t-shirts… experimenting with different materials and seeing what t-shirt materials you could put infusible ink on. Then I learned about sublimation blanks.
With sublimation the ink is heated until it disintegrates into the corresponding fabric (or material). While you can buy a sublimation printer and print ink/designs for your sublimation blanks all day long I had heard that sublimation blanks also worked with Cricut infusible ink… and they do!
I ordered a sequined pillow case and tried it out (check out this sweet flower girl proposal pillow!) and now I’m ready to try a few new things! I’ve ordered several of the blanks on this list and can’t wait to share them with you… which ones will you be trying?
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