Cricut EasyPress Mini Only $34.95 on Walmart.com (Regularly $68) | Perfect for Making Personalized Gifts!

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Create personalized gifts year-round with a Cricut Easy Press!

Hurry over to Walmart.com where you can score the Cricut Easy Press Mini for just $34.95 (regularly $67.99)!

This tiny, but mighty mini press allows you to easily heat transfer on smaller objects like onesies, hats, stuffed animals and more. There are three heat settings so you can use it with all types of heat transfer vinyl and even infusible ink.

Even better, it will automatically shut off if you haven’t been using it for a while, which is an awesome safety feature. Plus, the small size makes it easy to take on the go for crafting parties or sharing with friends.

Note that shipping is free on orders of $35 or more, so consider adding a small filler item to score free shipping or, opt for free in-store pick up, if available.

Cricut EasyPress Mini Raspberry on shoe

Check out these awesome reviews…

I was hesitant due to the price. Even on sale $50 for a mini craft iron seemed expensive. This thing is fantastic! I’m glad I decided to purchase it. The mini heats up very quickly and provides an even heat across the plate. Its small size is perfect for me to be able to maneuver and actually see what I’m ironing. I’ve used it to iron my seams and add custom designs on my handmade face masks.


Confession: this was a splurge because it is so darn cute, however, it has proven to be so useful I use it all the time! I love that I can iron on small images or letters I cut from my Cricut onto smaller surfaces like the masks that I am now making. I also make other things that my large heat press is too big for like layering a small area. Also, other small irons are steam irons and this is not what makes it perfect for crafters. The 1 tiny bug, for me anyway, is the on and off button is right in the front so if I maneuver it a certain way my finger hits it and it shuts off. No big deal I just push it again and turn it back on. This is a great mini heater!


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Chelsey has an Associate's Degree from American Military University with 6+ years of content writing experience specializing in saving money and living frugally. Connect with Chelsey on LinkedIn


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