This fall sublimation bundle has four sublimation-ready designs to get you in the fall mood! Use these designs and a sublimation printer to create cozy sweatshirts, mugs, and more!
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And just like that… we’re gearing up for fall!
Most kids are back to school (though mine still have a few weeks…we drag out summer as long as possible here in the PNW) and Halloween stuff is in all the shops. While it’s hard to say goodbye to our beautiful summer days, I do love sweaters and soup and all things autumn.
If you’re also ready to get cozy and craft all the fall things, I’ve got you covered!
I designed these fall sublimation designs to get you in the spirit with homemade shirts, mugs, and more. There’s definitely something for everyone!
Want to learn more about sublimation? Check out my Beginner’s Guide to Sublimation Crafting for all the sublimation basics!
Fall Sublimation Files in this Bundle
The Hello Pumpkin sublimation design is perfect for creating a shirt for yourself or a loved one. I love cozying up in hoodies in the cooler weather and plan to make one for myself! How cute would this be on a onesie for a little fall baby?
If you don’t have a sublimation printer, but want to get a similar effect, you can use a brand new product called Siser Easy Color DTV! Read more about How to Use Siser Easy Color DTV without a sublimation printer!
Add the Autumn Vibes sublimation design to a ceramic mug for a permanent, dishwasher safe addition to your collection. I don’t know about you, but coffee just tastes better in a fun mug! Check out my Sublimation Cheat Sheets for a handy guide to time and temperature settings for all sorts of blanks.
Planning a fall wedding or bridal shower? Use the Fall in Love design to create one-of-a-kind party favors such as can koozies and glasses!
If you’re looking for more ideas, Cricut makes a wide assortment of sublimation-ready blanks, or check out my Sublimation Blanks and More post!
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 make adorable stickers using printable waterproof vinyl. The possibilities really are endless!
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