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DIY Infusible Ink Tropical Coasters

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Ready to learn all about Cricut’s Infusible Ink? Check out this simple tutorial to make these DIY Infusible Ink tropical coasters using your Cricut Joy and Easypress Mini!

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DIY Infusible Ink Tropical Coaster

That Tropical Vibe

I love bringing in different themes as the seasons and holidays change to our home. Currently our house is rockin that summer vibe and with that comes vibrant colors, tropical feelings and dreams of the island life. To add a little personalized flair, I decided to make these gorgeous DIY Tropical Coasters.

Cricut Infusible Ink Coaster

What you need

The DIY Infusible Ink Tropical Coasters are a quick and easy project and make a big statement. Check the list below and grab the items to get started.

Tools needed to make infusible ink coasters

DIY Infusible Ink Tropical Coasters Tutorial

Cricut makes creating simple and I love their Infusible ink blanks and sheets. You can grab the design for these coasters in Design Space and get to it. Start by cutting out this tropical design on the four different sheets of infusible ink that comes in the packages listed above.

How to make cricut infusible ink work

I separated each coaster design onto a different mat so that I only cut one coaster out of each color. Once each of the designs are cut, then grab your weeding tools and start to remove the negative areas.

Making coasters with cricut infusible ink

Once that is done, heat up your EasyPress Mini and apply the design to your coaster. You may need to use some heat resistant tape to keep the design in place. Place your coaster on your EasyPress Mat, lay the butcher paper that comes with your Infusible ink over and press for 4 minutes!

using cricut easypress mini

Yes, that is the recommended time and as you press, make sure to move the press around the entire coaster to get the design to imprint. Before removing the entire design, peel up a corner to see if the design has completely transferred (this is why the heat resistant tape is great, it holds the design in place). If it has not, just press again.

How to make coasters

Let the coaster cool before removing the infusible ink sheet. Repeat the process for the other 3 coasters and viola! These DIY infusible ink tropical coasters are the perfect bright and cheery vibe for your space.

DIY Infusible Ink tropical coasters

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Tuesday 22nd of March 2022

I would love to know what temperature you used for your easypress mini, and if you laid the coaster upright (so you’re pressing the top) or upside down (and pressing the bottom, as per cricut instructions for the coasters)


Tuesday 22nd of March 2022

Hi! I usually make sure this is on high and I will say that it takes like 3-4 minutes to press so using the heat resistant tape is really important. I press top down usually and that seems to work pretty well. I do make sure that I have the parchment paper between my press and my design on the coaster.

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