If you have a Cricut machine and a heat press or EasyPress, I am pretty certain that you will want to give Cricut Infusible Ink a try and may now be wondering what Cricut blanks you can use!
In this guide to Cricut blanks, I am going to share with you the different infusible ink blanks for infusible ink crafting projects.
I will share links to most of these infusible ink blank items on Cricut and Amazon so that they are easy to find if you want to purchase them.
Ready? Let's get started!
What is Infusible Ink?
Cricut Infusible Ink is ink that is activated with heat and transferred to your material of choice.
The ink infuses with the fibers of fabric items or dyes the special coating that is applied to ceramic items like mugs or coasters. The end product is waterproof, has no peeling or cracking and flaking that you often get after a while with HTV or adhesive vinyl.
Read our Comprehensive Beginners Guide to Cricut Infusible Ink if you want to know all there is to know about Infusible Ink.
Why Should You Use Cricut Blanks?
Infusible Ink is very similar to sublimation ink or printing so you may be wondering why it is recommended by Cricut to use Cricut Blanks that have the Cricut Infusible Ink Compatibility badge on.
When Cricut created the Infusible Ink products they also created Infusible Ink blanks. Cricut designed the Infusible Ink products to work seamlessly with Cricut products to ensure professional-looking results.
Now, this is not to say that you will not be able to use Cricut Infusible Ink transfer sheets or pens on non-Cricut blanks, it just means that by using only Cricut products the vibrancy and effect that can be achieved when using Infusible Ink is pretty much guaranteed.
The other reason why it is best to use Cricut Blanks when using Cricut Infusible Ink is that if you do have problems when using Cricut Infusible Ink and Infusible Ink products together it will be easier to troubleshoot any issues you may have.
For example, make sure you use the correct heat settings or time settings required for the particular Cricut blank to achieve the best results. If you are using a non-Cricut brand blank, your results may not be as good as they can be due to not pressing for long enough (or over pressing) or using the wrong heat setting for the product.
List of Cricut Blanks for Infusible Ink
Below is a list of Cricut Infusible Ink blanks that make working with infusible ink fun! There is so much that you can create using infusible ink, your Cricut machine, and a heat press!
1. Cricut Infusible Ink Blank T-shirts
The most common Cricut Infusible Ink blank that comes to mind is t-shirts!
This is because shirts are really easy to work with, so if you are a beginner, they are a great place to start when using infusible ink!
infusible ink shirts
Cricut makes Infusible Ink shirts for men, women, and children. You can get them in a variety of colors including white, light gray, and Raglan (black and white).
TIP: Cricut infusible ink is to be used on light-colored fabrics as the design does not show up on dark fabrics!
If you want to make your own Cricut Infusible Ink t-shirts then have a look at these two great beginner step-by-step tutorials! You can learn how to create your first Infusible Ink shirt and once you have that completed you can create a multi-color infusible ink shirt and learn how to layer Infusible Ink!
2. Cricut Mug Blanks
Making personalized mugs with the Cricut Mug blanks is a great way to use infusible ink transfer sheets and even the Cricut Infusible Ink pens.
With Cricut's Mug Press you can create designs in no time at all, but you can also use Cricut mug blanks with other heat press machines!
You can buy Cricut mug blanks in a variety of sizes:
- Stackable Ceramic Mug Blank (10 oz/300 ml)
- Ceramic Mug Blank (12 oz/340 ml)
- Beveled Ceramic Mug Blank (15 oz/425 ml)
- Ceramic Mug Blank (15 oz/425 ml)
3. Cricut Coaster Blanks
If you are creating a set of Cricut infusible ink mugs why not create a matching set of coasters!
Using the Cricut coaster blanks with infusible ink is a great way to create some gorgeous-looking coasters that will suit any coffee table!
You can get Cricut coaster blanks in round and square shapes so your design options are endless!
Once you have bought your Cricut coaster blanks, learn how to make your own Cricut Infusible Ink Coasters by following our detailed step-by-step tutorial!
4. Cricut Cosmetic Bag Blanks
A girl can never have enough cosmetic bags and with these Cricut Cosmetic bag blanks that come in a set of 3, you can create some great personalized bags!
Give them for birthday or Christmas gifts or just create some to spoil yourself!
Fancy creating your own Cricut Cosmetic bags? Why not grab some Cosmetic bag blanks and create Cricut Infusible Ink Make-Up Bags by following our detailed step-by-step tutorial!
5. Cricut Tote Bag Blanks
Tote bags for every occasion is a great way to use infusible ink! Cricut Tote bag blanks are great in design with the black straps so can withstand heavier items!
Create great-looking, customized tote bags that you can give as gifts or even sell on online shopping sites like Etsy!
6. Cricut Baby Onesie (Bodysuit) Blanks
Personalized baby bodysuits or onesies make such great baby shower gifts!
You don't just have to make them for new arrivals as you can get Cricut Baby Bodysuits in a variety of sizes as they come in 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months, and 12-18 months!
7. Cricut Wine Bag Infusible Ink Blank
Cricut Wine Bag blanks are great for when you want to give a bottle of wine as a gift!
Wrapping bottles are always tricky but using the Cricut Wine Bag blank is a great way to not only gift wrap the gift but you can also personalize it for the person receiving the gift!
8. Cricut Infusible Ink Pillow Cover Blanks
I love using blank pillow covers to create new decor trends in the house.
Use these light-colored Cricut pillow cover blanks with infusible ink to create pillows for any theme or event! You could create some for Valentine's Day, Christmas, Easter, and even Halloween!
9. Cricut Hat Blanks
Making customized hats with the Cricut Hat Press is fun and easy. Cricut, of course, has a range of hat blanks that you can use with your Hat Press that work for both Infusible Ink and Iron-On projects.
You can get the cap blanks in a variety of options.
That is the full list of Cricut blanks for infusible ink! I hope that you have found a Cricut blank that you would like to use with Cricut Infusible Ink.
Want More: Read our post to find more Infusible Ink blanks that you can use with your Cricut Infusible Ink.
Using Cricut infusible ink on Cricut sublimation blanks is a great way to make Cricut projects that have a more professional feel and look!
I would love to know what you make?