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The Cricut EasyPress tote makes traveling with your EasyPress simple and safe.

Cricut Easy Press Totes

Besides my Cricut Maker my EasyPress is my most used and favorite crafting tool. In fact I actually have it in all 3 sizes. I talk so much about using the EasyPress that my friends and coworkers often ask to borrow it. Which means ::gasp:: taking it out of my craftroom.

In fact a few weeks ago I packed up all 3 sizes to set up a onesie station at a baby shower.

So what is the easiest way to travel with your EasyPress, safety base and mat?

Cricut recently launched a new product called the EasyPress tote. It’s constructed with rugged and heat-resistant material. Not only will it keep you organized, it will make you look professional and keep your EasyPress from getting any damage along your travels.

Cricut Easy Press Tote

Well I love my EasyPress so much that I have 3 different sizes. So naturally I needed 3 different totes. I have the small, medium and large EasyPress totes.

Which tote is compatible with your EasyPress?

Small tote fits- 6×7 EasyPress 2

Medium tote fits- 9×9 EasyPress 2

Large tote fits- Original EasyPress and 12×10 EasyPress2

Cricut Easy Press Tote

What I love about the tote is the straps or seatbelt that goes around the machine. First add your heat shield to the bottom of the bag with the straps on either side of it. Add your EasyPress and wrap the cord around it. Then you are ready to strap her in! This bag is well constructed and the EasyPress feels like it is secure. Ready to zip up the bag and go. The strong velcro straps keep everything in place while traveling.

You will notice the back pocket on the tote is quite large. It perfectly fits mats and Cricut accessories.

Cricut Easy Press Tote

Reasons to travel with your EasyPress

  • Craft Night
  • Letting a friend borrow it
  • Teaching a class
  • Crafting on vacation
  • Going to a friend’s house

How to travel with your Cricut EasyPress

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About Michelle Beaton

Welcome to Weekend Craft. Life is busy so I am all about getting projects done on the weekend, whether it be crafts, DIY, home decor, or crafting with your Cricut.

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