We were all amazed by the launch of the Cricut Maker and the EasyPress2 family, and not to mention Infusible inks. And just when we thought it couldn’t get any better here comes the cute and tiny EasyPress mini available September 6th.
Cricut EasyPress Mini
I bet you are thinking to yourself, why do I need this tiny little press? Well, there are tons of things that you can make with the EasyPress Mini that the other 3 are just too large to complete for you.
What Is The Cricut EasyPress Mini?
The EasyPress Mini is the newest Cricut heating tool! It joins the family of the EasyPress 2. It is half the size of the smallest EasyPress, it is just about 3.5 by 2.
What Projects Can I Use The EasyPress Mini For?
- shoes and slippers
- stuffed animals and other toys
- baby socks and hats
- use to brand your shirts for your t-shirt business
- and so much more
The Cricut EasyPress Mini is going to allow you to get into awkward, oddly shaped objects and unusual places that you can’t get to with your larger sized EasyPress or even a heat press for that matter. It works very well with odd shapes and curves.
The EasyPress Mini is the perfect complement to the Cricut.
Its size makes it portable and easy to store. Don’t let its small size fool you, this ceramic-coated heat plate offers edge to edge, dry, even heat.
And the heating element still heats to 400 degrees meaning the Easypress Mini is compatible with Cricut Infusible Inks also and has 3 temperature settings, low medium and high and still features the auto shutoff feature as an added safty feature.
There are so many things I want to make with this little thing! I can’t wait to really dig in and makes some stuff.
What you need to know about New EasyPress Mini:
- Available September 6, 2019
- Compact size ideal for unusually small or challenging heat transfer projects
- Customize unusual projects like hats, shoes, or stuffed animals*
- Ceramic-coated heat plate for dry, even, edge-to-edge heat
- 3 heat settings for every iron-on and Infusible Ink™ project
Make sure to come back and check out all the projects I make with the EasyPress Mini.
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