Using an EasyPress is a cost effective way to use Iron On Vinyl. I've always wondered if I could have the space for a heat press and in my small home, I just can't swing that space. I love the EasyPress because it's space efficient and it works really well.
Purchase red and silver foil iron-on and cut the file from Design Space. Preheat your Cricut EasyPress to 275° and plan to press for 15 seconds each press. Don't forget to place a towel on a hard surface. I like to fold my towel in half so that the surface has a little give to the fabric.
Next, decide where you want your image to be on your Christmas pajamas. I pressed my red first and then the silver foil iron-on. When using foil iron-on, peel away the carrier sheet after your image has cooled. If you peel it before, you get the wrinkled look…like I did. I'd give it a good 15 minutes between each press just to ensure it's adhered.
I'd make these DIY Christmas pajamas for myself because I know I'm really Santa's favorite. But these ones I made for my daughter to have on Christmas Eve. Where would you use your Cricut EasyPress? It's made things a lot easier in life.
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