DIY FLOWER IRON ON TOTE BAG
This is the perfect project to use up any iron-on vinyl offcuts that you may have lying around!
I choose a flower design, but these instructions would work for whatever masterpiece you like!
YOU WILL NEED:
-Iron-on vinyl scraps
Gather the iron-on scraps you have, it doesn't matter if you have different types, this is a perfect way to use any pesky misshapen bits in your stash!
Either hand cut out flowers and shapes, or draw on the shiny side of the vinyl with a sharpie and cut around that (you'll remove the shiny carrier later, so the sharpie marks won't matter!)
Next decide on your placement, lay pieces onto your tote bag to plan out your project.
Remember that any overlapping pieces will need to be pressed in layers, so that you can remove the carrier sheet, before pressing the next layer.
It's best if glitter iron-on is the top layer of your project, especially if you want to wash the project and it to last a long time.
Set up you Easy Press and Easy Press mat, remember that as you are using different types of vinyl some may need different heat settings so be sure to check the Cricut easy press heat guide or the instructions on an iron on's packaging, to get the correct temperature.
Press each layer until your design is complete!