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How To Make A DIY Wine Gift Bag With Cricut Infusible Ink

Learn how to make a DIY wine gift bag using Cricut infusible ink.

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I’m sharing this DIY wine gift bag, with Cricut infusible ink, as part of a craft blog hop hosted by Andrea from Design Morsels and Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate.
 
There are so many great craft ideas being shared today. Be sure to visit the rest of the bloggers linked up at the end of this post for tons of inspiration.
 
If you are visiting from B4 and Afters, welcome! Wasn’t her upcycled cupboard door cool? Like so many of you, I’m scrambling to finish up my Christmas shopping and gift wrapping.
 
Not only do I love to include a handmade gift with each present, but my friends and family anticipate some sort of DIY project from me.
 
My Cricut has been working overtime the last few weeks! One of my favorite DIY gifts made with my Cricut was this personalized wood serving tray.
 
My daughter and I visited a couple of local vineyards recently and picked up a few bottles of wine to gift. So, I wanted to make some fun wine gift bags for them.
 
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Here is what you need to make your own:

DIY Wine Gift Bag With Cricut Supplies

 

cricut wine gift bag supplies

Step 1.

Pull up Cricut Design Space on your desktop, laptop, phone or Ipad. Upload the wine graphic.

You can save the image for the one I used below:

 

 

Step 2.

Adjust the size of the image to fit the size of your gift bag. Be sure to click the box for mirror image.

cricut design space

Step 3.

Place the infusible ink on the Cricut mat and load.

infusible ink on mat

Step 4.

Choose the infusible ink setting for the cut in design space and press make it. 

cricut design

Step 6.

Unload the mat and cut the the unused infusible ink to use on another project.

cutting infusible ink

Step 7.

Remove the infusible ink design by lifting up the corner slowly. 

wine bottle design cricut

Step 8.

Place the design where you want it on the wine gift bag. Be sure to put a piece of cardboard, or a mat inside the bag.

You want to make sure the ink doesn’t go through the gift bag.

wine bottle design on bag

Step 9.

Place a piece of butcher paper, or parchment paper, on top of the design. Set the EasyPress to 400 degrees for 40 seconds and heat the design.

easypress

 

Step 10.

Remove the butcher paper. Allow the ink to cool for a minute or two.

removing infusible ink paper

Step 11.

Add a favorite bottle of wine and a gift tag for a handmade gift that you know will not be regifted!

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I definitely plan to make a few more of these, with different graphics. I’m thinking a couple of hand painted wine glasses along with this wine gift bag makes a really great gift!

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How To Make A DIY Wine Gift Bag With Cricut Infusible Ink

Yield: 1 Gift Bag
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $5

Create a fun DIY wine gift bag using Cricut infusible ink. Add a favorite bottle of wine and you have a perfect hostess gift for the upcoming holidays. The bags are reusable and it's so much nicer to give a bottle of wine in a pretty canvas bag, then paper ones. You could even add a special wine glass to go along with it. Just attach a gift tag and you are good to go!

Materials

  • Cricut Infusible Ink – Black
  • Wine Bag Blank
  • Cricut EasyPress
  • Cricut Mat
  • Free Wine SVG Design

Tools

  • Cricut Cutting Machine

Instructions

  1. Pull up Cricut Design Space on your desktop, laptop, phone or Ipad.
  2. Upload the wine SVG.
  3. Adjust the size of the SVG to fit the size of your gift bag.
  4. Place the infusible ink on the Cricut mat and load.
  5. Choose the infusible ink setting for the cut in design space and press make it. 
  6. Unload the mat and cut the the unused infusible ink.
  7. Remove the infusible ink design.
  8. Place the design where you want it on the wine gift bag.
  9. Be sure to put a piece of cardboard, or a mat inside the bag.
  10. Place a piece of butcher paper, or parchment paper, on top of the design.
  11. Set the EasyPress to 400 degrees for 40 seconds and heat the design.
  12. Remove the butcher paper.
  13. Allow the ink to cool for a minute or two.
  14. Add a favorite bottle of wine and a gift tag 

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Chloe

Tuesday 22nd of December 2020

Michelle, This is SO cute! I just treated myself to a Cricut and look forward to learning to do more and more creative things like this! This is a great way to personalize wine gifts for the holidays!

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Sunday 20th of December 2020

Michelle, I love finding new ways to use my Cricut. This is a great project for the holidays. Thanks so much. Merry Christmas.

Kristin

Sunday 20th of December 2020

Such a great gift idea! Looks so cute!

Rebecca

Sunday 20th of December 2020

What a great way to wrap a bottle of wine! Michelle, you've convinced me that I need to finally learn how to use my Cricut. I got it for Christmas last year, but I've been too intimidated by the tech aspects. Thanks for the great tutorial...you make it look easy! I hope you have a Merry Christmas, my friend!

Debbee M

Friday 18th of December 2020

Wow, Michelle, I didn't even know you could do that with a Circuit machine --- how cool is that?! And, I love the idea of pairing it with hand painted wine glasses, a favorite craft of mine. Wishing you a most happy and healthy holiday season.

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