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Cricut SportFlex Iron On

Cricut SportsFlex Iron On

The next generation of Cricut Iron On

Cricut Iron On has been elevated to the next level! The doors of opportunities for all of your creative designs are now, truly, endless. Introducing the Cricut SportFlex Iron On. This product is flexible, stretchable and lightweight for a plethora of surfaces. Stretching, moving, and even pulling on this new line of Iron On is a problem of the past. Say goodbye to surfaces that were not previously able to take Cricut Iron On well and hello to so many new possibilities and surfaces.

Cricut SportsFlex Iron On is a game changer

We recently tested out the SportFlex Iron On, on a spongy work out and the results were incredible. The product features the StrongBond guarantee. Yoga and work out mats are the perfect surface to use since they are rolled up and stretched out constantly. Who doesn’t need a witty or encouraging word to get them through their workout? Use Cricut SportFlex Iron On to enhance any of your work out wear, gear and more!

Tools + materials you’ll need to get started:

Circuit Maker

Cricut EasyPress

Cricut EasyPress Mat

Cricut StrongGrip Mat

Fine point blade

SportFlex Iron On

Yoga Mat

Step One: Gather your supplies. There are all types of work out/ yoga mats out there. Try to think of your vision before you purchase your mat and your SportFlex Iron On. We chose a dark grey and paired it with yellow and silver SportFlex Iron On to make it pop!

Cricut EasyPressStep Two: Choose your inspirational saying and create in Design Space, having something that will lift those spirits when the workout gets tough is perfect. Our design is available to you here.

Cricut Design SpaceStep Three: Cut your SportFlex Iron On and be sure to select the specific SportFlex option under the Iron On options. Do not forget to switch the “mirror” slide button option. Fonts used are: Dear John, Cricut Sans and Monotype Fonts 2.

Design Space SportsFlex Iron OnStep Four: Once your SportFlex Iron On has been cut, remove and weed out the negative space. Layout your design in your desired location. Turn on your Cricut EasyPress on to a low temperature, 210-225 degrees, and constantly move around the iron. Cricut recommends with SportFlex Iron On to set the EasyPress to 305F. However, that temperature would melt the yoga mat. I used 210 for 50 seconds at a time, moving continuously and didn’t notice any issues. I’ll be sure to keep you updated if I see any bubbling or variance in the SportFlex

Cricut StrongBondCricut EasyPressStep Five: Adding an additional layer of protection for this project is helpful and the cover from the Cricut StrongGrip Mat.

SportsFlex Iron On Step Six: Let the mat and SportFlex Iron On be warm when removing the plastic backing. Your project is complete!

You are able to layer Cricut SportFlex Iron On up to two layers.

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

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