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Make Your Own Koozie with a Cricut

Did you know that you can make your own koozie with a Cricut machine and Heat Transfer Vinyl or Infusible Ink? You're going to love how easy it is to make custom koozies yourself right at home.
Course craft, diy
Keyword cricut crafts, Cricut EasyPress, cricut projects
Author Angie Holden

Equipment

  • Cut File
  • Weeding tools
  • Cricut EasyPress
  • Cricut EasyPress Mat
  • Teflon Protective Sheet
  • Tweezers
  • Lint Roller
  • Laser Copy Paper
  • Heat Resistant Tape

What You Will Need

  • Butcher Paper
  • Cardstock White
  • HTV (Everyday Iron-on or SportsFlex)
  • Infusible Ink Sheets
  • Infusible Ink pens/markers
  • Koozies

Instructions

HTV/Iron-on Koozie Instructions

  • Choose your design (or use one of ours) and cut it out with your Cricut machine (remember to mirror your image).
  • Weed out excess material with weeding tool.
  • Check the Cricut Heat Guide for correct time and temp for your koozie and material.
  • Place koozie on EasyPress Mat (or folded towel).
  • Preheat koozie with Teflon sheet protecting koozie from heat.
  • Let koozie cool and then place HTV on koozie.
  • Place Teflon sheet on top of HTV.
  • Press according to Cricut Heat Guide.
  • Allow koozie to cool and remove carrier sheet to reveal finished koozie.

Infusible Ink Koozie Instructions

  • Choose your design (or use one of ours) and cut it out with your Cricut machine (remember to mirror your image).
  • Weed out excess material with tweezers.
  • Check the Cricut Heat Guide for correct time and temp for your koozie and material.
  • Place cardstock on top of EasyPress Mat and koozie on top of cardstock.
  • Lint roll koozie to make sure it's dust and lint free.
  • Preheat koozie with butcher paper on top of koozie protecting koozie from heat.
  • Remove butcher paper and allow koozie to cool.
  • Place Infusible Ink on koozie.
  • Place butcher paper on top of Infusible Ink.
  • Press according to the Cricut Heat Guide. Make sure you're covering your entire image with the EasyPress as you only want to press once.
  • Lift EasyPress straight up so you don't move the stack. Allow to cool completely.
  • Remove the Infusible Ink backing and reveal your image finished project.