Infusible Ink Easter Bookmarks

Are you looking for a quick project to celebrate the Easter season? My preacher dad loves to give each family a special gift on Easter Sunday and was looking for a new idea last year. We decided that infusible ink bookmarks would be the perfect low-cost gift to celebrate the Easter holiday. My Aunt and I spent a little time brainstorming designs and creating the template and then she was ready to make the bookmarks. Here is a quick look at how the Easter bookmarks turned out so you can be inspired to start crafting.

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Infusible Ink Easter Bookmarks



  • Choose the infusible ink colors you want to use.
  • Create your design in Cricut and print on infusible ink. **Remember to mirror your design before cutting.
  • Weed the excess and use heat-safe tape to attach to your metal sublimation bookmark.
  • Heat your Easy Press and then use it for 60 seconds on each bookmark.
  • Let the bookmark cool completely and then attach the tassel of your choice.

Tip: Use one print design with different infusible ink patterns to create a wide variety of looks.

Have you made bookmarks with infusible ink yet? These are so much fun to create and share with others.

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  1. Sharon, I have had so much fun with these bookmarks! I did a bunch of them for members of my church and passed them around today. I had a die with the three crosses on a hill so I cut that out of brown paper and put one on each card. Inside the card I printed the verse “We love because He first loved us.” Then I included a bookmark and put it all in an envelope. I asked Gloria to deliver each of them to my church friends because I am still hobbling around on a cane.

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