Create your own custom colorful pillow using Cricut’s Infusible Ink and their new pillow cover blanks. In about 30 minutes I had a bright and colorful custom pillow!
Their new line of blanks are perfect for Infusible Ink projects you can make for yourself or as gifts. The new line includes cosmetic bags, wine bags and pillow covers. Check out all of their Infusible Ink blanks here.
For my first pillow project I decided to make a colorful pillow for a nursery or playroom. Using Infusible Ink, I knew I’d get a vibrant, permanent, pro-quality heat press transfer with no seams (like regular iron on)!
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Rainbow Pillow with Infusible Ink
What you’ll need:
- Infusible Ink Pillow Cover
- Infusible Ink transfer sheet, Splash Pad
- Cricut Maker
- Cricut EasyPress
- Heat resistant tape
I loved the “Finger Painted Shapes” collection and inserted one of those rainbows (#MF08B8AE), then resized it to fill out my pillow – 11″ wide. Then it was time to cut!
Cut each rainbow arch on a different color sheet of infusible ink. Cut around the cut design and save the rest of the sheet for later, then weed the excess away from the design with your hands.
Follow Cricut’s heat guide on the temperature to set your EasyPress, the order of materials and steps for pre-heating, heating & peeling your design. I also used the heat resistant tape to keep my design in place since the ends were curling under.
Look at how bright those colors are! The designs are flake-proof, peel-proof and wash-proof too. Use the Cricut compatible blanks for the brightest results 😉
The best part is the options are endless of what you can create with these blanks! Once you have an idea, you can whip it up in just a few minutes. Especially helpful if you need a last minute gift 😉
You can find the project for this in Design Space here! And check out all of my Infusible Ink projects here!
The products in this post were provided to me from Cricut in exchange for my review and sharing.
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