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I must admit my Cricut EasyPress 2 stayed in the box because I took my time watching videos and learning as much as I could about it. Thankfully when it comes to Cricut EasyPress2 it is exactly that, easy. Right out the box you are guided step-by-step on what to do and things are so simple.
The Cricut brand machines are amazing and offer you an opportunity to get so creative. If you had a chance to check out my previous post, you saw that I’ve placed a design on a mug. I also I have playing around with cards, bookmarks and other projects.
Since I have always wanted to be able to design my own t-shirts, bags, throws and pillows, when I learned about the Cricut EasyPress 2 I knew it was meant for me.
Falling In Love ~ Meet My Cricut EasyPress 2
The Cricut EasyPress 2 comes ready to use and in three different sizes 6″x7″, 9″x9″, 12″x10″ and a mini in 1.92″ x 3.25″. You get a professional heat transfer with each press and it simple and quick. My project took less than 30 minutes from start to finish. The Cricut EasyPress family makes it easy to take on any heat-transfer project that comes your way. Out of the box it comes with a simple project that walks you to how to register your machine and your first project. It took 30 seconds to press my image, how easy is that!
Cricut EasyPress 2 works perfectly with the Cricut Explore Air 2. You cut your design with the Cricut Explore Air 2 and then press with with the Cricut EasyPress 2. I knew that I wanted to created a t-shirt for my little boy. He is my handsome little happy guy that is always joking and smiling.
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Creating My T-Shirt With Cricut EasyPress 2
To design my t-shirt I went to Cricut Design Space and searched for smiley space. I found one that was perfect. The best things about designing is that you don’t have to be graphic designer, artist or extremely computer savvy. Cricut makes it so easy for you to go in and choose the designs you want and get started right away.
I found my image, cut and placed it on my t-shirt and pressed. I was finished with the entire project in minutes. It took 15 seconds to press the front side and 15 seconds to press the back and then I was done. I fell in love. It was so easy.
Being able to make my own shirts is perfect. My little guy was so excited when he received his shirt and I have so many more ideas in mind. Please visit my DIY section often for more projects using Cricut EasyPress 2.