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Personalized Make-Up Bags using Cricut Infusible Ink

A friend recently asked me to help her with some presents for her sweet daughters cheerleading squad. I’ll be sharing a couple of the things I made for them, but wanted to start with the little personalized make-up bags. I used Cricut Infusible Ink and I love it. They turned out so cute, and I love that there is no vinyl. Let me walk you through how I did this.

Stop by the blog for a step by step tutorial on how I made these personalized make-up bags using Cricut Infusible Ink. Full Video!

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Materials Needed

First, I made the design in Cricut design space. I always start by drawing the space, in this case the bag, with the correct dimensions. These little makeup bags are 6″ x 8″. Then I used two different fonts – Litesha for the name and Algebra for the word “makeup”. If you are wondering how to make the Litesha font look “right” watch the video!

Stop by the blog for a step by step tutorial on how I made these personalized make-up bags using Cricut Infusible Ink. Full Video!

Once I had the design, I hid the square box and attached the name and the word “makeup” and then set up to print. I put a piece of regular copy paper onto my light grip mat and loaded it into my Explorer Air 2. I followed the cricut instructions for when to change my markers and make sure to MIRROR your project. It will tell you in design space when it’s time to change your marker and what to do with them.

Stop by the blog for a step by step tutorial on how I made these personalized make-up bags using Cricut Infusible Ink. Full Video!

After it was drawn, I filled in the rest of the name with markers.

Stop by the blog for a step by step tutorial on how I made these personalized make-up bags using Cricut Infusible Ink. Full Video!

Then I pressed the design, ink side down, into the bag. I used heat transfer tape to make sure it didn’t move and then I put the Easy Press on 385 for 40 seconds. Put the cardstock between the EasyPress mat and the bags. Place a piece of butcher paper inside the bag and on top of the bag to prevent bleed through.

Stop by the blog for a step by step tutorial on how I made these personalized make-up bags using Cricut Infusible Ink. Full Video!
Stop by the blog for a step by step tutorial on how I made these personalized make-up bags using Cricut Infusible Ink. Full Video!

Viola! Pretty easy considering this is only my second infusible ink project. Check out my first project, Personalized Coasters, here. I love this stuff and can’t wait to do way more with it!

Stop by the blog for a step by step tutorial on how I made these personalized make-up bags using Cricut Infusible Ink. Full Video!

Full video of me making the bags. This should answer any questions.

Let me know if you have any questions!

April

Personalized Make-Up Bags

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Stop by the blog for a step by step tutorial on how I made these personalized make-up bags using Cricut Infusible Ink. Full Video!
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