How to Make Pillow Covers with Cricut Infusible Ink

This year I decided to gift people soap from my favorite company, then I also made my mom a few pillows.

Pull up your design in Design Space, Cricut’s program. Resize to slightly smaller that your pillow size.

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When you’re ready to cut your design, place your Infusible Ink Transfer Paper pretty side up on your mat.

Set your Cricut to MIRROR the image. Also set your product to INFUSIBLE INK TRANSFER SHEET.

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Weed the excess transfer sheet.

Weed your Infudible ink transfer sheet. It is similar to weeding paper.

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Look up the heating instructions for your blank. The product should have specific instructions for the temperature and time you should press your image.

After preheating the blank, place your design pretty side down. Press.

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Customized Hand Print Pillow

Weeding handprints for my custom pillow.

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Pressing the handprints was tricky. I recommend trimming each design, then placing all design and pressing all at once.

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When your image is pressed, the transfer sheet pops up easily and comes right off. Toss the transfer sheet AND the butcher paper.

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Danielle Pientka

Danielle is a DIY/craft/sewing blogger on  She loves to write about projects that she makes for her small farm, her children, and her home.