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Can you believe it? The Cricut Mug Press is finally available for purchase here! If you saw my post last week -- you know, I'm JUST as excited for this to now be in stores and online! I've had my eye on a mug press since I started my little crafting business. We all know vinyl gives you the unlimited options for customization, but we also know eventually it WILL peel off. Then along came infusible ink -- Cricut made it possible to customize both apparel and accessories in a completely permanent technique! To add mugs to that personalization is what really caught my attention.
The best part about it? Not only is it completely user-friendly but the design is so simple and appealing, it looks perfect on your desk in your craft room! With the Cricut Mug Press, its one-touch setting applies the optimal amount of heat and pressure -- No time, temperature, or pressure adjustments to make. Secure your mug in the press, and the machine does the rest!
Let's break it down!
- Simply upload your design into Cricut Design Space -- make sure to mirror your design when using infusible ink.
- Follow the mug template in Design Space to ensure proper alignment for your mug.
- Once your infusible ink is cut, weed out your design and peel back the tabs to help proper placement on your mug.
- Place your design on the mug making sure that it is securely wrapped around with no bubbles or lifts.
- Place your mug into the Mug Press with the handle facing you, ensuring it is centered within the opening.
- Simply press the clamp down and await the beep signal to sound before pulling the clamp back up -- remove your mug and allow to cool before removing transfer sheet.
-- You now have the perfect mug for anyone and any occasion – personalize a mug for birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, or just because!
Key points to remember!
With Cricut's endless amount of color variations with infusible ink including not only sheets but pens too -- you'll be crafting up the perfect mug in no time!
So... question is, what will YOU create?
This post was sponsored by Cricut.