Using the Cricut Mug Press from set up to making a mug with infusible ink. I will show you how I sublimate my first mug using Cricut infusible ink.
Using the Cricut Mug Press
When Cricut first came out with their own mug press, I honestly didn’t think I would want one or have a need for it. And that is probably because I felt I wouldn’t ever want to decorate mugs. But after a year or so of seeing it on the market, I thought it might make a good addition to the craft room.
I have been wanting to get into sublimation. By purchasing the Cricut Mug Press, I felt it would be an entry-level type of project and machine to get started with using sublimation types of products before purchasing a printer and additional equipment or supplies.
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Cricut Mystery Box
I created a video unboxing the Cricut Mug Press and making two mugs. In the first part of my video, you will also see me mention Cricut’s mystery box. I’ve never purchased a Cricut Mystery Box before and so I thought it would be fun to show all of the cool supplies and materials in the box.
Plus, I also reveal a Cricut Cutie. And giving full disclosure and honesty, I had heard that this box had a Cricut Cutie in it, and this is the reason why I decided to purchase it. You can check for Cricut Mystery boxes on their website.
Using the Cricut Mug Press Machine
Below is a video of my unboxing the Cricut Mystery Box and the Cricut Mug Press. The Cricut mug press unboxing starts around minute 17 for your reference.
What did you think? Do you have a mug press? If you are interested in sublimation mugs or the Cricut Mug press I’ve linked below the materials I used to create the mugs plus the designs I used.
Materials and Equipment Used in this post:
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