Good news! You can use any image or font in Design Space to create Infusible Ink designs. Need some inspiration? Select the links below to view some of the content we created especially with Infusible Ink transfers in mind. Then continue reading for some tips and tricks for creating your design.
- Image Sets
- We've also made many new Draw images. Search Draw in image search to see all of them!
- Fonts – Search these by name in the Font list
- Hide & Seek
- Ellie Olivia
- Kinley Hearts
- Karley Sketch
- Calvin with Stripes
Drawing with Infusible Ink Pens and Markers
You can change the Linetype of any layer to Draw for Infusible Ink just like you do with other Cricut pen or marker projects. Pen and marker inks can bleed, so make sure that your Draw lines have at least one line's width of space between them so they don't bleed together during transfer.
Working with multilayered images
Layering more than one Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet will cause the colors to blend where the sheets overlap, and multiple applications of high heat may cause Infusible Ink designs to fade. Instead, combine multiple transfer sheets to create a unique design using the Slice and Set method. Many designs you may choose for Infusible Ink projects will require using the Slice tool in Design Space, but others are ready to cut, set, and apply without slicing.
Here’s an example of a design that does not require using the Slice tool. Although there are three different layers in the design, none of them overlap. See how each part of the design fits in and around the other parts? This one is ready to cut, set, and apply!
Here’s an example of a design that requires using the Slice tool before cutting your Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets. You can see how some parts of the design overlap with others to create a composite design. If you were to apply the design as is, with one transfer sheet overlapping another, the colors of your transfer sheets would combine to create new colors. Additionally, applying that much heat multiple times may cause the design to fade. For this design, use the Slice and Set method first, then apply the design with a single application of heat.