This birthday sublimation designs bundle has four sublimation-ready designs to use for party decorations, birthday apparel, gifts, and more!
Hip, hip hooray! Another set of sublimation designs has arrived!
I just love birthdays. My twin boys turned 7 last week. While bittersweet, I always enjoy any excuse to celebrate them alongside friends and family. We hosted a birthday party for them at a local park this year. After more than two years of limited celebrations, it was so nice to see them running and playing with friends on the playground. It was the icing on the cake, for sure!
I designed this week’s birthday sublimation designs for anyone looking for a little extra birthday fun. These digital downloads are perfect for creating shirts for the birthday boy/girl, party favors, decorations, and so much more!
The Hip, Hip Hooray it’s My Birthday Today sublimation design makes an adorable t-shirt or bodysuit for the birthday boy/girl! Make it for your little one to wear for their party or even during a cake smash photoshoot.
Just be sure you use a shirt with a high polyester count (cotton won’t work) and place butcher paper or another protective sheet between the shirt to to make sure the design doesn’t bleed through to the back. Trust me, I’ve made that mistake! Polyester fibers are great for sublimation, but tricky in some ways.
Use the Birthday Squad sublimation design to create shirts for the rest of the family or friends to wear! How cute would a family photo be with the birthday kiddo and the rest of the family in matching shirts? It’d also make cute siblings shirts. You could even add names to the back of each for a bit of extra personalization! Did you know you can even sublimate on dark colored fabrics? I created a colorful maker pouch by using a sublimation transfer on Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyl!
Not into shirts? You could use Cricut’s Print then Cut feature to make vinyl stickers of this design to place on party favor bags or balloons! Sublimation designs make great decals because they are png files with a transparent background. Perfect for printing on any printer!
The It’s Party Time design would make a great garden flag or sublimated banner. It’s a simple way to add a bit of flair to the party decor and let guests know they’re at the right house.
If you’re wondering what sublimation printing is, check out my Beginner’s Guide to Sublimation Crafting. It covers all the basics such as supplies, tutorials, and even a comparison of heat press machines so you can get started with confidence!
Join our Sublimation Made Simple Facebook group for tips, tricks, support, and resources!
If sublimation isn’t your thing, you can use Cricut’s print then cut feature to create a t-shirt with printable iron-on. You could also use print then cut to make cake or cupcake toppers with cardstock. There are so many ways to make simple party decor with these designs!
I hope these digital files inspire you to wish someone a happy birthday in your own way! The possibilities truly are endless!