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DIY Infusible Ink Tablecloth

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How to use infusible ink to make a custom tablecloth. You only need a 100% polyester tablecloth and Cricut infusible ink.

I volunteered to bring tablecloths for my son’s preschool Easter celebration. He attends a Christian preschool so I wanted a tablecloth that was fun for kids, but still honored the reason for the season. Cricut Access had a few good designs, such as one that says, “My basket is full of eggs and my heart is full of Jesus,” as well as lots of Jesus, bunny, and Easter egg designs. I used some of those, but also used a cute design I found on Etsy.

Let’s get into the tutorial! This project is pretty easy.

Close up of the center of a custom tablecloth that I made with Infusible Ink.

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Some of the supplies for this project were provided by Cricut.

How to Make a Custom Tablecloth


What you'll need
100% Polyester Tablecloth
Cricut EasyPress
Cricut Maker
Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets
Easter/God SVG
Customizing tablecloths with a Christian Easter theme for kids.
Resize your design to 11.5" and cut your mirrored Easter/God SVG on Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets, with your Cricut Maker.
Weed your design.
Center your tablecloth on the table with your EasyPress mat underneath.
Use lint brush to clean off your tablecloth.
Pre-Press the area
Center on your tablecloth and preheat EasyPress2. Cover with butcher paper.
Peel back the butcher paper and transfer sheet.
Completed center. My heat press isn't large enough; I had to press different areas separately. I should have scaled down my design.
Cut your eggs. I did two different colored sheets of 16 eggs each. Eggs are 3" tall each.
Repeat Infusible Ink process when pressing eggs around border.
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Here’s some SVGs you might like from my store… keep scrolling for more info about these custom tablecloths.

Also… I can’t believe I did this, but I forgot to mirror one image, weeded the entire thing, and pressed it onto a tablecloth before realizing it was backwards. YIKES. Apparently bleach will NOT remove Infusible Ink. Nor will soaking in water. Nothing. So I cut up tablecloth into smaller squares to be used for napkins and a table runner.

Cutting up the tablecloth I made a mistake on. It'll become a table runner and some napkins.

I will sew the edges because the polyester is very prone to fraying.

Scrap in middle with the infusible ink design in the wrong direction. Larger pieces I salvaged from the tablecloth.

This worked pretty well. I love using reusable items like napkins; we keep a special wet bag (laundry bag) in the kitchen for wet linens from the kitchen.

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