Father’s Day Pillow with Infusible Ink

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Father’s Day Pillow with Infusible Ink

Not to long ago I was learning to use Infusible Ink from Cricut and I totally messed up the front of one of the t-shirts.  Today I used the back and turned it into a pillow for Father’s Day.  This Father’s Day Pillow with Infusible Ink is the perfect way to get your kids in on the making of one magnificent gift.

Fathers Day Pillow DIY INfusible Ink

Material Needed

PolyFil Outdoor Pillow Insert

Steps to Make Father’s Day Pillow

  1. Draw and color design on regular printer paper with Infusible Ink Markers.  If there are words, be sure to write them BACKWARDS!
  2. Heat the Cricut Easy Press to 385 degrees.  Warm the t-shirt first and make sure it is free of any debris.
  3. Place the paper on the t-shirt with the ink touching the shirt.  Put the Easy Press on for 45 seconds and remove.
  4. Remove Paper and let the t-shirt cool before next step..
  5. Cut the design out and sew it to a larger piece of fabric that will be the front of the pillow. The size will be determined by the size of your insert.
  6. Sew that piece of fabric front facing front to another piece, leaving an opening to insert the pillow.

Flip the fabric.  Insert the pillow.  Sew the opening closed. BAM!

Day 4 of Creative Crafts – Recycled Crafts Edition

If you’ve been following along, you’ve already seen so many reycled craft projects this week!

My co-host Meg is sharing her fourth project today too.  She is sharing a cake stand made with unlikely items!

Our guest host Beth is also sharing her fourth project today.  She is sharing THREE ways to recycle a map.  Now that is super fun, right?

RECYCLE A MAP THREE WAYS CREATIVELY BETH 1

Even More Recycled Craft Projects

Beth from The Ruffled Daisy turned a wine bottle into unicorn decor!

Smitha Katti used magazines to make wall art.  I LOVE this idea so much!

How-to-repurpose-magazines-to-make-easy-wall-art-letters

Over on Polka Dot Poplars, Dru is sharing a great way to upcycle bottles into beautiful decor.

Additionally, Jennifer from Jenny’s Crayon Collection upcycled some little containers for art supplies using paint markers.

Laura from Laura’s Crafty Life made a beautiful butterfly from toilet paper rolls!

Katie over at A Sweet Berry Designs is sharing an upcycled frosting container that is now gratitude storage.

And our final recycled project for the series was created by Michelle from Michelle’s Party Plan-Its!  She created these super fun magnets by recycling plastic straws.  What a great idea!

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Father’s Day Pillow with Infusible Ink”

  1. This is just adorable Laura and what a fabulous keepsake. Featuring when my link party opens tomorrow.

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