I made some cute small Santa bags, but they’re soooo small! When I bought them, they were pre-printed with everything but the child’s name so it didn’t leave much room for creativity either.
Lay out your iron on vinyl in the positions you want. Make sure it’s centered. You want to do one color at a time
Place your Teflon sheet over the iron on vinyl. Press with your EasyPress for 30 seconds using light pressure (push down on the press).
Flip your bag over (moving the pressing pillow) and iron the opposite side of your design (the inside of the bag) for 15 seconds.
It’s also a cold peel which means you need to press it, let it cool completely, THEN remove the plastic piece.
If you want to get blanks to make Santa sacks for yourself or others, I highly recommend checking out BagzDepot.com. You can order in bulk and the size on these laundry bags is perfect.
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