I’ve been making mugs with the Cricut Mug Press and it is so much fun. I have played with using Infusible Ink transfer sheets, as well as the Infusible Ink pens. Right now the pens are my absolute favorite way to decorate the mugs, though the Infusible Ink transfer sheets are great too.
Supplies Used To Make This Project
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Laser Paper (if you are using the Infusible Ink Pens)
Decorating The Mugs
I made a video on how I did the mugs which I think explains everything quite well. One thing to mention is if you decide to use the Infusible Ink Pens, they don’t work with the Cricut Joy, so you will need to use either your Cricut Maker or Explore Air machine.
One thing I forgot to mention in the video is that you need to mirror your designs before cutting. Also, use Butcher Paper not parchment paper. I accidentally said parchment paper.
The Finished Mugs
I hope you will try making mugs with the Cricut Mug Press. I think you will really enjoy it. I’m looking forward to making some more as gifts for family and friends.
Until next time.
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