Do you have a Cricut Maker? Try this easy iron on project.

When Cricut Australia sent me their Cricut Easy Press 3 to use for a project, I decided to start with this table runner.

It’s made from a very course hessian (burlap) type material and so I wasn’t sure how it would turn out using Every Day Iron on vinyl, but it actually worked well, adhered nicely and makes a lovely statement as a fun table decoration.

Do you have a Cricut? I have a Cricut Maker 3, so I created the botanical design for the runner using Cricut’s Design Space, and you’ll see how I did that in the video here in this post.

Last year I used my Cricut Maker to add my own flair to this IKEA Kitchen Step Stool. There are so many great step by step tutorials online and within the Cricut Design Space, which I find helpful when looking for inspiration and for more clear direction.

Supply list:
  • hessian table runner (or similar fabric)
  • Every Day Iron On vinyl in colours of your choice
  • Cricut Maker 3 and Cricut Mat (30×30)
  • Cricut Easy Press 3 with Heat pad
  • Cricut Heat App for iPhone or Android (download the app which connects to your Easy Press via bluetooth.
  • scissors, weeding tool

If you’re already a Cricut user, you can follow my tutorial and use the exact botanical images I’ve used for this project over in Cricut Design Space here.

hessian table runner

Watch the video below for the full tutorial

botanical design on hessian table runner using Cricut Easy Press 3

Cricut Supplies including Easy Press 3 available in Australia (& NZ):

I love how easy and seamless Cricut tools and products all work together. I can’t wait to use their infusable ink with my Easy Press 3. I have plans for t-shirts, tote bags and more – I can even see in my imagination, a cute design pattern on the base of a calico or cotton curtain. What other uses can I use this for in my home decor world? Leave a comment below, I’d love to hear from you.

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