Well hello there! I am back with a QUICK, EASY summer project using your Cricut EasyPress and an insulated lunch tote from the Target Dollar Spot. I picked up this really cute, striped lunch bag and floral can kooze in the Target Dollar Spot earlier today. They had a few difference styles, but these were “my colors”…. and so.. they jumped in my cart…(darn you, Target Dollar Spot!)
As soon as I got home, I knew I needed to find a super cute summer saying to add a little Cricut iron on to make it uniquely mine. LoveSVG had just what I needed and it was FREE. You can find the design I used here.
Applying iron on to a coated polyester (feels like plastic) material can be a bit tricky, but
a few easy to follow steps and you’ll be off making your own personalized lunch totes in no time! Products used are listed at the bottom of this post.
Wouldn’t this be a fun teacher’s gift or great to throw in the tote for an afternoon trip to the park with the kiddos?
Here is a list of the items I used to create this gift set.
Cricut Easy Press: http://shrsl.com/jljn
Cricut Easy Press Bunhttp://shrsl.com/lllkdles: Cricut Easy Press + Iron On Bundle Starter Kit:
Cricut Easy Press + Iron On Variety Kit: http://shrsl.com/lllr
Cricut Easy Press + Bulk Iron On Kit: http://shrsl.com/lllt
Cricut Easy Press Mat: http://shrsl.com/zz3w
Cricut Iron On: http://shrsl.com/iyu5
Teflon Sheet: http://shrsl.com/lsvc
Steady Betty Ironing Pressing Surface:http://amzn.to/2yUOpcL
Pressing Pad: http://amzn.to/2idc6VL
Cricut Maker: http://shrsl.com/jljo
Cricut Explore Air 2: Cricut Explore Air 2: http://shrsl.com/ka3p
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