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How to Make Coasters with Cricut Infusible Ink

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Learn how to make coasters with Cricut’s infusible ink markers and infusible ink transfer paper. These are super easy DIY coasters!

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Interested in Infusible Ink? It’s REALLY neat. This is my first project with infusible ink, a product from Cricut for sublimation (transferring ink from a design via heat). Unlike vinyl, it won’t peel off and it’s not susceptible to water damage from drippy drinks. These were SUPER easy to make.

Here’s the tutorial.

Supplies:

How to Make Infusible Ink Coasters with Infusible Ink Sheets

Tutorial:

Step 1: Cut your design on an Infusible Ink sheet.

Step 2: Cut around your design. Remove excess paper by weeding around the design.

Left: Cutting the Cricut Infusible Ink sheets with the Cricut Maker.

Right: Weeding the design off the sheets.

Step 3: Use a lint free wipe to clean off the tops of your Cricut coaster blanks.

Step 4: Preheat your Cricut EasyPress2 for 400 Degree F and set for 60 seconds.

Step 5: Place your coasters on a piece of scrap cardstock.

Step 6: Place your design face down on your coaster and use Cricut heat resistant tape to hold in place.

Left photo: blank Cricut coasters on a piece of cardstock

Right photo: Loose design placed face down on the blank coasters.

Step 7: Place butcher paper over your coasters. Place EasyPress2 and let sit for 60 seconds.

Left: Easy Press being placed on top of the Infusible Ink design.

Right: Coaster with the design pressed on. The transfer sheet hasn't been removed yet.

Step 8: Remove carefully and LET COOL.

Step 9: Once cool, remove tape and paper with tweezers.

How to Make Infusible Ink Coasters with Infusible Ink Markers

Step 1: Using infusible ink markers to draw the design on quality printer paper.

Step 2: Color in the design if desired with infusible ink markers.

Step 3: Wipe your coasters clean.

Step 4: Place the design and secure with tape.

Left: Wiping the coasters down to remove lint.
Right: Placing my Infusible Ink design face down on the coaster.

Step 5: Press for 60 seconds at 400 Degrees F.

Step 6: Remove press and let cool.

Step 7: Remove the design carefully.

Left photo: Using an Infusible Ink pen in the Cricut Maker to make a design for coasters. 

Right: Coloring in the design by hand with the Infusible Ink markers

Here’s a comparison between the Infusible Ink Sheets vs. Infusible Ink Pens.

Comparison between Cricut Infusible Ink Coasters with the transfer sheets vs. the infusible ink pens.

Here’s the full YouTube Video:

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How to Make Coasters with Cricut Infusible Ink

How to Make Coasters with Cricut Infusible Ink

How to make coasters with Infusible Ink transfer sheets.

Materials

  • Infusible Ink Sheets
  • Cricut Infusible Ink Pens
  • Cricut Easy Press 2

Instructions

    1. Cut your design on an Infusible Ink sheet.
    2. Cut around your design. Remove excess paper.
    3. Use a lint free wipe to clean off the tops of your coaster blanks.
    4. Preheat your Cricut Easy Press 2 for 400 Degree F and set for 60 seconds.
    5. Place your coasters on a piece of scrap cardstock.
    6. Place your design face down on your coaster and use Cricut heat resistant tape to secure in place.
    7. Place butcher paper over your coasters.
    8. Place Easy Press2 on top of the design and let sit for 60 seconds.
    9. Remove Easy Press carefully and LET COOL.
    10. Once cool, remove tape and paper with tweezers.

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