Are you ready for a super cool project? Cricut sent me their brand new Infusible Inks and Blanks to try out. Today I’m sharing how I used a Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks Cosmetic Bag and Infusible Ink Sheets to create a fun DIY makeup bag for myself.  All opinions are 100% mine and I hope you enjoy this colorful project.

Haven’t heard about Infusible Ink or Infusible Ink Blanks?

DIY Makeup Bag with Cricut Infusible Ink

Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets are professional quality transfers that become one with the fabric they adhere to, and last a lifetime! There’s no flaking, no cracking, and no peeling – even after going through the wash multiple times. There are tons of colors and patterns and they are super vivid and vibrant once transferred onto the material.

Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks are the material that you adhere the sheets to. These blanks ensure the vibrant, permanent, pro-quality heat press transfers – NO EDGES OR SEAMS – that you’re looking for. To get the best results from the Cricut Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets, use official Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks. There are sized t-shirts from 2T – 3XL, premium tote bags, pillow covers, wine bags, coasters & cosmetic bags to choose from.

Cool, right? Are you ready to see the Cricut Infusible Ink Sheets and Blanks in action? Here you go:

Cricut Infusible Ink Project

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Cricut Infusible Ink Project

Cricut Cutting Machine
Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet
Infusible Ink Blank
Cricut Mat
Weeding Tool
Cricut Design Space
Cricut EasyPress

DIY Makeup Bag with Cricut Infusible Ink

I created a simple text design in Cricut Design Space and sent it to my Cricut Maker, telling the machine that I was cutting an Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet and to mirror the image for iron-on purposes.

Once the sheet was cut, I used the weeding tool to weed out the excess material.

Using the Cricut EasyPress 2, I adhered the Infusible Ink Sheet to the Circut Infusible Ink Blanks Cosmetic Bag, using the butcher paper that came with the sheet as a protective layer between the press and the transfer sheet.

While the material was still warm, I pulled the plastic off from the lettering, revealing a beautiful and vibrant design on my new DIY Makeup Bag!

This product is so versatile and I have so many ideas for it! I love that I can get a multi-color design using the patterned sheets for a unique finished product.

What do you think? Want to give it a try?