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10 Non Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks You Can Use with Infusible Ink Sheets and Markers

If you're looking for Cricut Infusible Ink blanks, you're not limited to the Cricut-brand blanks.

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The Cricut Infusible Ink sheets are essentially pre-printed sublimation sheets, which means you can apply the sheets and Cricut Infusible markers to any sublimation blank...and there are tons to pick from!  Here's a list of 10 of my favorite non-Cricut Infusible Ink blanks.

Since this beginner tutorial on Cricut Infusible Ink sheets with Silhouette covers it in depth, we'll assume you already know how to use the sublimation sheets and markers and are now looking for ways to do even more! 

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Where to Buy Sublimation Blanks for Crafting

Sublimation works on surfaces with a polyester coating - or in the case of apparel at least a 50% blend of polyester. The higher the poly count, the more vibrant the colors.

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ProWorld has a huge assortment of sublimation blanks - everything from mugs to keychains to picture frames and coasters. With the popularity of sublimation growing quickly, you can also find a ton of sublimation blanks on Amazon

10 Non Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks

  1. Cork-backed coasters
  2. Sublimation Can Coolers
  3. Cutting Board
  4. Sublimation Mugs (of all shapes and sizes)
  5. Key Chains
  6. Zipper Pouches
  7. Sequin Pillow Covers
  8. Luggage and Pet Tags
  9. Magnets 
  10. Shirts

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Almost all of them can be found on Amazon. To make it easy for you to find them, I added them to a special list on the Silhouette School's Amazon shop.

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Keep in mind, you do need a heat press or - at the very least an Cricut EasyPress - for sublimation and not all sublimation blanks are heat press friendly. For example, due to their shape mugs and phone cases need a special heat press (specifically a mug press) or heat source when sublimating. Just something to keep in mind when looking for non-Cricut blanks for Infusible Ink Projects!

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 Cricut Infusible Ink sheets and markers are a great - relatively low cost - way to get into sublimation without a sublimation printer. However, if you find you are loving the results, but feel limited by the pre-printed sheets or are spending a lot of money on Infusible ink sheets, you might want to consider investing in a sublimation printer where you'll have full creative freedom and can avoid the cutting process required with the Cricut Infusible Ink sheets.  I recommend the Sawgrass SG400 and SG800 bundles from Swing Design

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