Joining my Team Creative Craft friends for our monthly blog hop is one of my favorite days of the month. This month we all crafted something with the theme Tie Dye. I’m sharing a tie dye sublimation tumbler design with a tutorial on how to make a sublimated tumbler.
Since Mother’s Day is THIS weekend it’s the perfect time to whip up a few last minute tumblers. Just print, press and gift.
Sublimation Tumbler Supplies:
- Mom Tie Dye Sublimation Design (click to download)
- 20 oz skinny tumbler
- Sublimation Printer (5 Best Sublimation Printers)
- Sublimation Paper
- Heat Resistant Tape
- Mug Press or Tumbler Press
- Oven Mitt
Buying Sublimation Tumbler Blanks
When you sublimate you have to have products with a specific coating that accepts the sublimation ink. I purchase my sublimation tumblers from The Nest of Robin and the quality is top notch.
The best part is their quick shipping! I personally know the owners of this shop and know that they are committed to having the best customer service and product.
Sublimating a 20 oz Tumbler
- Download the tie dye 20 oz tumbler sublimation design and print on sublimation paper with your sublimation printer. Don’t forget to flip your design!
- Trim the excess white paper away leaving only the printed design
- Remove the tumbler lid and use heat resistant tape to tape the design around the tumbler
- Press in a mug or tumbler press at 380 degrees for 60 seconds
- Carefully remove tumbler using an oven mitt and remove the paper to reveal your finished tumbler
More Tie Dye Craft Ideas:
- Laura from Me and My INKlings has created a bright and colorful Rainbow Tie Dye Tote Bag
- Smitha from Smiling Colors is sharing How to Throw a Tie Dye Party, perfect for Summer
- Shani from Sunshine and Munchkins has created a rainbow Tie Dye Banner
- Laura from Laura’s Crafty Life has a full tutorial on How to Tie Dye Tote Bags
- Justine from Little Dove has created a reusable Tie Dye Fabric Wrapping Paper
- Erica from 5 Little Monsters is sharing Shibori Inspired Tie Dye Swaddle Blankets
- Kelsey from Poofy Cheeks has created a Tie Dye Sublimation Tumbler for Mom
- Beth with Creatively Beth is sharing How to Tie Dye Paper with Markers to make a Unicorn Wand
- Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama has created a gorgeous and colorful Ice Tie Dye Hoodie
- Liz from Liz on Call is sharing a set of groovy Tie Dye Stickers created with her cutting machine
- Kimberly from Crafting Cheerfully has created fun and vibrant Tie Dye Chalkboard Signs
- Ginger from Ginger Snap Crafts is sharing a super cute pair of Tie Dye Sneakers for Summer fun
- Elise from Polka Dotted Blue Jay has created a Tie Dye Gift Bag, perfect for all the groovy gifts
- Heather from Homemade Heather is sharing the recipe for yummy Tie Dye Fruity Pebble Bars