Let’s compare scars. How many times have you burned yourself taking your baking out of the oven? I’ve done it more times than I can count. To keep you out of the burn unit this Christmas, you can make use of this sweet We Whisk You a Merry Christmas oven mitt.
Cut the iron-on vinyl using your Cricut machine. REMEMBER TO MIRROR THE DESIGN BEFORE CUTTING! Then weed out all the excess vinyl, including the itty bitty bits inside of the whisk. Position the design on the mug and then use your iron or EasyPress to iron it onto the mitt. The packaging of your iron-on vinyl should tell you if it is a hot or cool peel variety. If it is a cool peel vinyl, be sure to let the design fully cool down before removing the plastic backing.
Normally, I iron the back side of an iron-on project as well to make sure it has fully adhered. Since you can’t really do that with a thick oven mitt, I placed a pressing cloth over the finished design (with the plastic backing removed) and applied the EasyPress for a few more seconds. That may not have been necessary, but I really wanted the design to stay put!
Use this fun oven mitt during your own holiday baking marathons, or fill it with other baking goodies and give it as a thoughtful hostess gift. I created this design in Cricut Design Space. You are free to use it for non-commercial purposes.
Use this mitt when taking my world-famous Christmas Crack out of the oven!
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This is the third post I am sharing as part of the Cricut Holiday Event that will be running this whole week. Make sure you don’t miss the tutorials for the super cute holiday baking apron and sassy Christmas Spirits mug! Come back each day for more fun projects using a Cricut cutting machine. In the meanwhile, check out the other great tutorials shared so far.