Mimosa Funds Wallet with Cricut EasyPress Mini

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hi everyone!  Happy Wednesday.
Everyone needs fun money and some of us may like coffee, others may like tacos.  I love both those things but like to save money for mimosas!  Today we took a fun approach and created a Mimosa Funds Wallet with the Cricut EasyPress.

Cricut EasyPress Mini is the newest addition to the Cricut EasyPress family and is a great companion to whatever size Cricut EasyPress you have in your current collection.

Cricut EasyPress Mini is perfect for small and/or unique projects like hats, shoes, shirt sleeves, cuffs, and pockets.  It even works great on stuffed animals.  It offers the same benefits and technology as the Cricut EasyPress 2:  even heat plate and easy-to-use heat settings for effortless heat transfers.

So fun, right?!?!

Let's get started, we do need a few materials.
Here is the list of supplies:
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 - Cricut Maker or Air 2
 - Cricut EasyPress Mini
 - Cricut Easy Press Mat
 - Image Design
 - Cricut Iron-On Foil
 - Faux Leather Pouch (I purchased mine in the Dollar Spot at Target)

1. Cut your image.  Please remember to mirror the image.  You will need at least a 1-inch iron-on overlap.  I created three images for you to use, Taco Money, Coffee Cash, and Mimosa Funds.  You can find all the images here.

2. Preheat the CricutPress Mini on the low setting

3. Place pouch on the mat
4. Place iron-on foil face down, liner side up

5. Press while moving with light pressure at the low setting for 30 seconds.
6. Let the image cool down, and remove the liner.
That's it's, you're ready for an amazing brunch to enjoy the best mimosas.  I hope you liked this project.   It only takes minutes to create and you will love the results.  Use this ides for quick gifts.  Let me know if you have any comments or questions using the Cricut EasyPress Mini.  Thanks for stopping by.

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