DIY Toddler Shirts with Cricut Infusible Ink: A Step-by-Step Guide

Learn to create vibrant and personalized toddler T-shirts using Cricut Infusible Ink in this comprehensive guide.


– Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore Air 2, or Cricut Joy – Cricut Infusible Ink Sheets (Brushed Sunset) – Computer with Design Space Installed (my design here) – Heat Press (Easy Press 2 here or the Heat Press I'm using) – Cricut Standard Mat – White Butcher Paper – White Card stock – Lint Roller – Scissors

Step 1 - 3

1. Measure your shirt to determine design width and height. 2. Use Design Space to build your design. Resize the design. Make sure your design matches. 3. Select Design and click "Make It". This guides you through material selection.

Step 4 - 6

4. Search for and select "Infusible Ink" if not already available. Cricut will then show you how to use the machine. 5. Next, remove negative and extra infusible ink sheets. You can't reuse these, so throw them away. 6. Use the Cricut Heat Guide to set press temperatures.

Step 7 - 9

7. Pre-press your shirt for 15 seconds. Dust and debris might ruin your design, so utilize the lint roller. 8. To avoid ink on the other side, insert white card stock into the shirt. 9. Place the design face-down on the shirt and add the infusible ink sheet's butcher paper.

Step 10 - 12

10. Use the Cricut Heat Guide to press the design with the heat press or Easy Press. 11. Carefully remove the heated backing. 12. Your shirt is personalized.

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I hope you learn how to craft stunning toddler T-shirts with Cricut Infusible Ink through this detailed tutorial. Explore step-by-step instructions and unleash your creativity!

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DIY Toddler Shirts with Cricut Infusible Ink: A Step-by-Step Guide