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How to Make a Garden Flag with the Cricut

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Learn how to use your Cricut and Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets to make your own garden flag. You can swap out the flowers for different seasons!

I’ve been wanting to make a new garden flag; there’s so many cute designs for sale, but I wanted something with our street number on it. One of the numbers fell off our wood sign and rather than fix it, I figured I’d just make a fabric sign. I’ll fix the wood sign eventually, right?

I purchased some sublimation blank garden flags on Amazon, then used snaps to attach the sunflowers. The snaps allow me to snap each flower on and then remove them to exchange the flowers for something more seasonally appropriate. I can use these sunflowers for Fall, but switch to something else in the Spring, Summer, and Winter. What do you think the flower for each season should be? Leave me a comment!


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DIY Garden Flag with Infusible Ink

Supplies:

Tutorial:

Step 1: Cut the infusible ink sheets and weed away excess around your design.

Step 2: Set your EasyPress to 400° and 60 seconds.

Weeded Infusible Ink sheet on left, right is the Easy Press 2 preheating.

Step 3: Prep your flag blank. Use a lint roller to clean off any lint.

Step 4: Place your design.

Step 5: Cover design with included paper. Press 60 seconds.

Left: Blank garden flag.
Right: Placing "welcome" design made with Infusible Ink sheet

Step 6: Carefully remove your transfer sheet.

Removing the transfer sheet on the Infusible Ink sheet.

Step 7: Repeat on bottom for your house number, if desired.

Step 8: If you want to add snaps, take apart your faux flowers. If you want to skip the snaps, you could sew these directly on.

Attaching fake sunflowers to the garden flag.

Step 9: Attach a matching male snap to the middle of your flower.

Step 10: Attach a female snap to your flag, using a small piece of felt in between.

Step 11: Place the rest of your flowers.

Video Tutorial

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How to make garden flags using Infusible Ink by Cricut. These were a super easy sublimation project!
How to make garden flags using Infusible Ink by Cricut. The flowers can come off and be exchanged for different flowers for other seasons. This sunflower flag is for Fall!
How to Make a Garden Flag with the Cricut

How to Make a Garden Flag with the Cricut

Active Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10-$15

Materials

  • Snaps
  • Snap Pliers
  • Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets
  • Faux Flowers
  • Garden Flag Blank

Tools

  • Cricut Maker
  • Cricut Easy Press 2

Instructions

    1. Cut the infusible ink sheets and weed away excess around your design.
    2. Set your EasyPress to 400° and 60 seconds.
    3. Prep your flag blank.
    4. Place your design.
    5. Cover design with included paper. Press 60 seconds.
    6. Carefully remove your transfer sheet
    7. Repeat on bottom for your house number, if desired.
    8. Take apart your faux flowers.
    9. Attach a matching male snap to the middle of your flower.
    10. Attach a female snap to your flag, using a small piece of felt in between.
    11. Place the rest of your flowers.

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