One of the best parts of a Disney Cruise is participating in Fish Extenders! There's no cuter fish extender DIY than these. Use your names and your favorite characters to create a Disney Cruise Fish Extender everyone will be talking about!
Design Your Files in Design SpaceI started by searching for each person's favorite characters in design space. Once I had a few that I liked I aimed to find others of the same general shape so that they would look nice and uniform. You can find the images that I used in this design space file.Once you have your characters on your canvas you can add names underneath, if you'd like! I used the font "Cricut Sans" in all caps. Once you have your name added underneath your character, highlight the character and the name and click "weld." Repeat for each person's name and character. Once you have this done click "Make It" in the bottom right corner. An image of your files should show up like this.
Cut Your Iron-On and Weed Your DesignsMake sure that you turn your mirror to on and that it turns green, then click continue! I cut mine on fast mode so it didn't take as long! Once the images are finished cutting, I used my scissors to cut them apart so I could weed them all one at a time! This makes it easier to weed out small pieces without accidentally pulling up something you don't want to!
Prepare Your Pouches If you are using the same pouches I did, make sure that you place the EasyPress Mat or parchment paper or a towel or something in between the two sides of your bag so they don't melt together!
After you've placed something inside your pouch to keep the sides from melting together, preheat it for five seconds with your iron or EasyPress2. Then, place your design where you want it in preparation to iron-on.
Find Heat Settings and Iron-On DesignFind your heat guide settings hereand adjust your EasyPress or Iron temperature accordingly, then press your design for the designated amount of time.
Peel up a small corner first to make sure your design is sticking, and then carefully remove the outer plastic sheet. Repeat process with each individual pouch and voila! You're done!