Cricut Coasters Tutorial | Michaels
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Cricut Coasters Tutorial | Michaels


Make it Easy Cricut Infusible Ink Coasters Go to Cricut Design Space on your computer. Open the design link on Michaels.com. Click ‘Make It’ in the upper right corner. Click ‘Continue’ in the lower right corner. Select ‘Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets for the material. Place the Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet onto your cutting mat ink-side up. Load the mat into your Cricut machine. Push the blinking Cricut icon to start. Press the blinking double-sided arrow to unload your cutting mat. Gentry peel the transfer sheet from the mat. Gentry peel the transfer sheet from the mat. Weed the excess material around (and inside) your design by hand. Preheat your Cricut EasyPress 2 to the appropriate temperature for material and, if needed, adjust the timer. Place a piece of cardstock onto your EasyPress mat and then your coaster on top of the cardstock. Arrange your design, ink-side down, onto your ceramic coaster. Secure your design to the mat using heat-resistant tape along the edges of the carrier sheet. Place butcher paper over your design. Carefully place your EasyPress over your design and press the Cricut icon to start. Be careful to keep the EasyPress very still on top of the design. Carefully remove the EasyPress. Remove the butcher paper, them pull off the carrier sheet in one quick motion. Follow the same instructions for the cork-bottom coasters. These will cool faster than the ceramic coasters. Cricut EasyPress 2, Cricut Maker, Heat-Resistant Tape, Cricut EasyPress Mat, Cricut Coasters, Cricut Grip Adhesive Mat Butcher Paper, Cardstock, Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet Subscribe to our channel and share your projects using the #MakeitwithMichaels

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  1. at the cricut demo in Toronto the other day, for the ceramic round coasters, they told us to tape the transfer sheet to the coaster and put it face down then put the butcher paper and press.

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