Use your Cricut machine to cut the mask pattern from Design Space. They also offer a printed version if you'd rather cut by hand.
Cut pattern shapes from Infusible Ink t-shirt, poly interfacing, and fabric lining. You'll be needing five pairs of each material for each day of the school week.
Load laser printer paper into your Cricut Maker and draw designs with Infusible Ink markers. To get darker, thicker images, have the machine repeat all the lines by pressing the Cricut logo button again once the first drawing is complete. Remove paper from machine, trim out each day, and apply to one side of mask blank according to the Infusible Ink instructions.
Sew the center section of all the mask materials together. Make sure the right sides of the fabric are facing each other. Press the seam open and sew flap to one side.
Layer the poly fabric with the lining fabric and then the t-shirt fabric (right side facing down). Sew outer edges. Flip mask right side out and sew a finishing seam along both edges.
Fold outer edges in twice with a 10" strip of elastic cording inside. Sew along the folded edge. String the elastic edges through a perler bead and tie off. The perler bead will allow your child to tighten and loosen the elastic for the perfect fit.
Optional: cut out this "Face Masks Required" image from Design Space on Infusible Ink transfer paper. Apply to a small cosmetic bag Cricut blank for the perfect place to store your new mask!
Personalized Infusible Ink School Week Masks https://www.triedandtrueblog.com/back-to-school-personalized-masks-with-cricut-infusible-ink/ 17 August 2020