Raise your hand if you love throw pillows! I can’t say I love them when it comes to beds, but couches, heck yes! Changing out throw pillows for different seasons and holidays is one of my very favorite things to do. Not only do I love having them for seasons and holidays though, I also love having them for the everyday. One of my favorite things about throw pillows is being able to customize them to exactly what I want! The new Infusible Ink Pillow Cover is a game changer! So many fun options with these!
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Infusible Ink Pillow Cover Supplies:
- Cricut Maker
- Cricut EasyPress 2 (10×12)
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet
- Infusbile Ink Pillow Cover Blank
You might be thinking “What is Infusible Ink?” Infusible Ink really is amazing. It looks like a really light design, and when you apply heat to it, it turns into a really vibrant, amazing pattern on your project. For this project, I decided I wanted to cut a Utah design, and I found one that had Arches on it, so I found an Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet that I thought would look good with the Arch!
Using the Cricut Maker, cut your design.
Once cut, you’ll remove it from the cutting mat and start weeding it.
Most of the time, Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets can be weeded by hand. Sometimes tweezers come in handy.
Open the Infusible Ink Pillow Cover and place it on your EasyPress Mat. Follow the instructions on the Heat Guide to know what settings to use.
The Heat Guide shows you the layers you need, and helps get everything in order. Once you are ready, apply your heat.
When you’re finished applying the heat, peel up the Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet. You’ll be left with an amazing, vibrant pillow cover!
All that’s left to do now is put a pillow form in your pillow.
This Infusible Ink Pillow Cover turned out way better than I thought it would. It is sometimes hard to imagine what the designs will look like once they are cut from Infusible Ink and have the heat applied. It is always a surprise to see just how they turn out, but it’s a good surprise!
Having the color infused right into the pillow cover means that I won’t ever have to worry about a peeling design either!
What kind of pillow project will you create first? I can’t wait to create more!
You can find more Infusible Ink projects in my gallery HERE.
Also, not only does Cricut have Infusible Ink t-shirt blanks, coasters and totes, they now have these pillow covers in cream & white, toddler sized shirts, cosmetic bags, and wine bags. So many more options!
Wouldn’t it be so fun to put something cute on the cosmetic bags?! I can’t wait to try that! If you have any questions about Infusible Ink, feel free to ask them in the comments, and I will do my best to answer them.