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I have been loving my EasyPress and EasyPress 2 (6×7) and finding all sorts of materials and creating new projects to incorporate iron on vinyl with. When I have a free Saturday or Sunday to craft all day, I will even bring my Cricut and EasyPress to the living room.

When Cricut launched the new EasyPress totes, I was thrilled because my mobile crafting became even easier – I could bring my machine and EasyPress downstairs in one trip! Gotta be efficient, right? Haha.

The totes come in 3 sizes, 1 for each size of the EasyPress, and have an adjustable shoulder strap and handle for picking up and carrying. They are made from heat-resistant material so it won’t be burnt if it goes in hot (although you should wait for it to cool down).

A velcro strap on the inside keeps the EasyPress in place and the pocket on the back is perfect to hold your mat. I usually put my weeder and designs in the front pocket.

Note: The original Cricut EasyPress machine (with the blue on top) requires the Large tote.

The new totes managed to time their arrival perfect with the baby shower I co-hosted in Atlanta! It’s not surprising that my favorite part of the shower was the activity: a DIY onesie station. Since my EasyPress was a crucial part of each attendee creating a onesie, I had to bring it with me and it was safely packed in it’s tote! The tote might have been the cutest piece of my luggage too..

Where would you take your EasyPress to create?

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