Cricut Infusible Ink: Weeding & Using The EasyPress Interactive Guide

Want to see how to use the new EasyPress Interactive Guide and learn how to weed Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets?


fullsizeoutput_1c1aNow we are getting to the nitty gritty of how Cricut Infusible Ink works and it’s so exciting!
In today’s video, I am going to show you how use the wonderful new Interactive Heat Guide for the EasyPress.
I also show you how easy it is to weed Infusible Ink transfer sheets. And it’s ALL so very easy!
You can find the Interactive Heat Guide right here:
As I mentioned in another video, I’m a super clumsy crafter!!!
I know there are lots of wonderfully professional and graceful crafters out there…I’m just not one of them! So when I was first presented with this product, the idea of working with permanent ink sent shivers down my spine!
THANKFULLY Cricut Infusible Ink avoids all that messy business of liquid ink! I’m not going to say it’s 100% foolproof–because even I made some initial mistakes (which I will show you!)–but it is SOOOO much cleaner than working with liquid inks!
Infusible Ink is a Cricut exclusive!
There is NOTHING in the world like this product and it is patent pending! Infusible Ink uses the power of your EasyPress to transfer the gaseous ink to your t-shirt (or other substrate) through a process called infusion. It’s so unique…and SOOOO much fun!!
For more information about Cricut Infusible Ink, please check out Cricut’s Help Center. Here’s where the FAQs are located:
There is also a whole URL dedicated to this product:
I hope this helps you better understand what this product is and do stay tuned to my channel for even more information about this amazing new technology! Best to you always, Miss Rita #infusibleink #Cricut #NEW



Hello there!

My name is Ritamarie Cavicchio and I run “Miss Rita To The Rescue!”.

Here’s a little about me:
I blog at and now I vlog on YouTube.
I love to blog about a company called Cricut and all the wonderful machines they make that allow me to better craft my little world.

I’ve been crafting my whole life, but using Cricut machines since 2012 when my uncle asked me to celebrate the lives of a few beloved family members. From that one request, I was completely hooked on the Cricut brand! Back in 2014, the Cricut CEO chose me to be a Cricut Product Expert and I am the founder of three very popular Cricut-based groups on Facebook.

When I’m not blogging about my Cricut, I am “mothering” my son–aka “MO”–and my spunky and silly Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Ted E. Bear.

I am a native Bostonian and live in a beautiful (very) old house on Boston’s North Shore. I especially love exploring my wonderful city. I’ve been a Peabody-ite for the last 20 years of my life and while I might be a little biased, I think is one of the most amazing places to live, work and raise a family. PBD!

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Miss Rita




One thought on “Cricut Infusible Ink: Weeding & Using The EasyPress Interactive Guide

  1. So I have printed on 3 different infusible ink transfer sheets and I’ve tried to use a weeder, tweezers and my fingers trying to separate it from the transfer. They are ripped. Mine do not come out like that. Is there a different blade I need to cut with? I’m using the fine blade. I don’t think it should be this hard.


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