If you love Infusible Ink, you are going to love all of these Infusible Ink blanks that you can try out with your projects!
Infusible Ink Compatible Blanks
Infusible Ink is one of my favorite things to come from Cricut – I love how the projects turn out, and people are always complimenting them on how professional they link.
Infusible Ink is basically Cricut’s version of sublimation, which isn’t a new thing. But I love being able to create my designs in Design Space, either use their Infusible Ink sheets or Pens, and then put easily adhere them to a blanks.
If you are pretty new to Infusible Ink, be sure to check out this article – Cricut Infusible Ink: Everything You Need to Know.
Because of the popularity of Infusible Ink, people are always asking, “What can I use this on?” I know I’ve asked myself that as well.
In today’s post, I’ll share lots of different products for you to consider using with Infusible Ink. It can be an expensive hobby to do, and hopefully, some of these items will be a little bit easier on the budget!
Can I Use Non Cricut Blanks for Infusible Ink?
First of all, Cricut only suggests using Infusible Ink on the blanks they have created. This doesn’t mean you can’t use them on other brands, but they have been specifically designed for those blanks.
When looking at other products – especially with blanks like shirts and bags – you should make sure it’s made from a high level of polyester.
I did a test awhile back with three different types of shirts and infusible ink to see how they turned out – you can check that out here: Cricut Infusible Ink: What Shirts Can I Use?
I would always recommend doing a small test on a new blank before you do a big project. There’s nothing more frustrating than going through all the effort of designing, cutting, and weeding something, only to find out it didn’t work!
Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks
Cricut has released a pretty large variety of Infusible Ink blanks that should work pretty well. I have used quite a few of these without too much complaint.
You can buy these on Cricut.com, Amazon, and craft stores like Michael’s and Joann’s. There may be different stock at all of these locations – I have linked to their Infusible Ink sections below. I have found different types of Infusible Ink available at different places as well.
In my experience, these tend to run small – including the infant body suits.
- Men’s Crew Neck T-Shirts (white) – Cricut.com /
- Women’s V-Neck T-shirts (white) – Cricut.com /
- Women’s V-Neck T-shirts (grey) – Cricut.com
- Youth Crew Neck T-Shirts (white) – Cricut.com
- Baby Body Suit (white) – Cricut.com
- Toddler Crew Neck T-shirt (white) – Cricut.com
- Unisex Crew Neck T-shirt (grey) – Cricut.com
- Medium and Large Canvas Tote Bags – Cricut.com
- Canvas Cosmetic Bags, set of three – Cricut.com
- Wine Bag – Cricut.com
- Square – set of four with cork backing, 3.75″x3.75″ – Cricut.com
- Round Coasters – set of four with cork backing, 3.6″ diameter – Cricut.com
I would imagine Cricut will release even more, so I’ll keep this list updated as much as I can!
Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks Alternatives
We have searched the Internet for a variety of other blanks that might work well with Infusible Ink. Just be aware that these are not tried-and-true, so proceed with caution and do a test.
We tried to pick items that have successfully been used with Sublimation or that people in the reviews have said they have successfully used them with Infusible Ink. It may take a little bit of experimentation with the timing and heat, but they should work!
Couch Pillow Cases – I personally used these with Infusible Ink Pens, and they worked very well.
iPhone 11 Blank Phone Case (there are ones available for other types of phones, just do a search)
Have you had any success with non-Cricut Infusible Ink blanks? Be sure to comment below for others!
If you are wanting to learn more about the Infusible Ink Pens, be sure to read this post – Cricut Infusible Ink Pens: Tips and Tricks for Getting Started