I’ve been pretty much obsessed ever since.
At the end of the presentation, the Cricut designers asked us what infusible ink blanks we’d like to see launch in the future and my immediate response was for throw pillow blanks.
My wish came true!
Cricut recently launched several new infusible ink blanks (and new designs of transfer sheets as well). The new line up inclues throw pillow covers (yippeeeee!!!), cosmetic bags and wine gift bags. They also expanded the apparel blanks by adding grey shirts (much to my delight) and toddler t-shirts, just as my little one transitions from a baby to a toddler (that’s me in the corner of the room ugly crying about that).
“I love you” ASL Throw Pillow Cover
I have deaf family members so this symbol is a consistent means of communication in our family. When I saw this image in Design Space, I knew right away I had to put in on a pillow with the rainbow triangles infusible ink transfer sheet pattern. I love the idea of having this in my daughter’s nursery as another way to express our love. You can find this project in Design Space here.
Infusible Ink Wine Bags
In addition to the rainbow triangles pattern, Cricut came out with a bunch of new patterns in the infusible ink transfer sheets as well. I used the Inferno transfer sheet set for the “Wine a Little, Laugh a Lot” wine bag and I used Marble for the “Mom’s Time Out” bag. You can find both projects in Design Space here.
They aren’t new, but have you ever played around with Cricut’s aluminum sheets? They aren’t shown in the Infusible Ink section on the Cricut website, but they are compatible with Infusible Ink. P.S. They’re awesome to engrave with the Maker, too.
You can find all 3 wine tag “necklaces” in Design Space here.
I can’t wait to see what Infusible Ink blanks Cricut will launch next. These are the other blanks Cricut has and some project inspiration:
Awesome Projects to Make with Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks
Men, Women, Youth and Toddler T-shirts
Round and Square Coasters
Have you tried infusible ink yet? Which of these blanks would you want to create a project with first? I’d love to see!