If you have started using Cricut Infusible Ink transfer sheets or even Infusible Ink pens, you are probably hooked on this great product!
You may now even be wondering if you can venture away from Cricut Infusible Ink blanks and start using other sublimation blanks with your Cricut Infusible Ink.
In short, you can use your Infusible Ink on Cricut blanks and other compatible blanks which means that the types of projects and items you can create opens up immensely!
Below I will share with you the list of Cricut blanks and the tried and tested compatible blanks that you can use for your Infusible Ink projects.
Infusible Ink is such a great product and comes in a variety of designs, colors, and patterns. When heated the Infusible Ink is fused with your blank so that you have a vibrant and seamless print.
Using Infusible Ink takes your Cricut projects to a whole new level and gives them a very professional look and feel.
When Cricut launched their Cricut Infusible Ink product they of course made sure that they offered crafters Cricut blanks that are to be used with their Infusible Ink.
Below is a list of all the Cricut blanks you can buy from Cricut to use with Infusible Ink:
- Cricut T-shirt blanks
- Cricut Ceramic Mug blanks
- Cricut Baby BodySuit (onesie) blanks
- Cricut Tote Bag blanks
- Cricut Cosmetic Bag blanks
- Cricut Pillow Cover blanks
- Cricut Wine Bag blanks
- Cricut Coaster blanks
- Cricut Ball Cap Blanks in Gray
- Cricut Trucker Hat in Black and White
To get a full list of all the sizes, colors, and different Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks, read our blog post The Ultimate Guide to Cricut Blanks for Infusible Ink!
Cricut recommends that you use their products that have the Infusible Ink compatibility badge to ensure that you get the best results when using Infusible Ink.
Tried and Tested Compatible Blanks
Now, the great thing about Infusible Ink is that it is pretty similar to sublimation!
So of course that means that when you use Infusible Ink you can venture away from Cricut blanks to a whole variety of other compatible blanks that crafters use when using sublimation ink.
This is definitely great news because not only can you create Infusible Ink projects using other compatible blanks that Cricut does not offer but should Cricut not have stock or if you are budget savvy, you could possibly find a similar Infusible Ink blank to use that costs a little less.
Here is a list of Infusible Ink blanks that you could use that are not from Cricut but will still work!
- Gildan Ladies Core Performance T-shirt (100% polyester shirt)
- Fruit of the Loom (80% polyester shirt)
- Hanes Coll Dri (100% polyester shirt)
- Sublivie Crew Neck Short Sleeve Sublimation T-Shirt (100% polyester shirt)
- No Boundaries (92% polyester, 8% spandex)
NOTE: Infusible Ink works best on polyester fabrics and it is best to not use cotton fabrics!
- Can Coolers
- Zipper Pouches
- Sequin Pillowcases
- Plain Pillowcases
- Leather Keychains
- Mouse Pads
- Tube Socks
- Smart Watch Blanks
- Ceramic Ornaments
- Baseball Caps
- Ice Pop Hugger
There is so much choice available that when it comes to using Infusible Ink you will be able to make something cool for everyone to suit your budget and their personality!
Other Infusible Ink Blanks that are Worth Trying
I have already shared quite a few ideas with you about Cricut Infusible Ink blanks that you can use as well as tried and tested non-Cricut blanks.
If you thought that was all that you could use Infusible Ink on then you will be pleased to know that there are even more Infusible Ink blanks that I will list below.
These are blanks that you can use however I have not tried them myself yet but they sound great and worth a try!
- Sublimation Cork Coasters
- Sublimation Flip Flops
- Sublimation Earrings
- Sublimation Pop Socket
- Sublimation Passport Holder
- Bookmark Sublimation Blanks
- Sublimation Fleece Blanket
- Sublimation Drawstring Bag
- Sublimation Chapstick Holder
As you can see from the list of items I have shared, there is definitely an item to suit any budget and project idea!
What will you make with Infusible Ink or sublimation printed designs?