Howdy! Did you know you can make your own Stanley Name Tags with Sublimation? I’m excited to show you how, so let’s get started!
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DIY Stanley Name Tags with Sublimation
Stanley-style tumblers are so popular these days and if you are a collector, you’ll want to make your tumbler stand out. Or maybe you work in an office and everyone has their own Stanley, how will you know which one is yours? Well, these DIY Stanley Name Tags will do the trick and best of all, you can customize them any way you want with sublimation. Let’s go over what you will need to create your own name tags…
I created a step-by-step tutorial to show you my process, check it out below:
What did you think? Wasn’t that simple? I love how you can make them to match your personality and tumblers! My favorite is the little highland cow. 🙂
Some additional notes for when you make your name tags:
In my experience, the tags shrunk once sublimated. The tags were a tad large when I tried them on the tumbler before sublimation, but once I completed the sublimation process it fit perfectly.
These are made specifically for the H2.0 Quencher style tumblers, they will not fit the older 40 oz tumblers.
They do not fit 30 oz or 20 oz tumblers
Some of the name tags have a protective coating on both sides, others do not. Check before you sublimate.
You do not need to mirror your design, so be sure you turn the mirror off before printing.
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