Upload the SVG file to your Cricut machine and draw it with the sublimation markers on regular copy paper. You will want to mirror the design before drawing.
Once your design has been drawn, remove the copy paper from the mat.
Trim the paper with scissors to a little larger than your metal panel.
Tape the copy paper to your blank with the sublimation ink against the white side of the metal blank. You can wrap the paper around the panel if you need to. Be sure to use heat resistant tape and tape down really well so the paper does not move.
Use a protective mat and cover with protective paper. Then put the blank that has been covered with the paper on top. You will want this paper side up.
Cover this entire thing with another layer of protective paper.
Press at the time and temperature indicated for the metal panel sublimation blank.
Remove the protective paper. You can remove the copy paper as soon as the blank is cool enough to touch without burning your skin.
Then just peel back the paper to reveal your design! I found that scrubbing the panel with a magic eraser helped to make the dry erase board work a bit better with my markers. Otherwise, this project is ready to help you organize your kitchen.