This school sublimation bundle has four sublimation-ready designs to get the school year started right! Use these designs and a sublimation printer to create back to school shirts, tote bags, teacher gifts, and more!
Can you believe back to school season is here already? It feels like summer just began!
Whether you’re gearing up for school to begin next week or not until later in the fall, these sublimation designs are sure to help start the year on the right foot!
I designed these back to school sublimation designs to get you and your little one(s) back to school ready in style! They’re perfect for creating custom t-shirts, keychains, and other fun items!
Want to learn more about sublimation? Check out my Beginner’s Guide to Sublimation Crafting for all the sublimation basics!
School Sublimation Files in this Bundle
The School Squad sublimation design makes an adorable back to school t-shirt for the littles. They’re perfect for that first day of school photo opp!
Create a matching set and capture pictures of friends as they head off to the bus or school together! Just be sure you’re using a blank with a high polyester content (more than 75%) and add butcher paper or another protective sheet between the shirt to ensure the design doesn’t bleed to the other side!
Use the Sleep Eat School Repeat sublimation design to create a backpack or lunchbox tag for your kiddo. Use these double-sided keychains to add the design to the front and a name and/or phone number to the backside. No more lost backpacks or lunchboxes! Check out my Sublimation Cheat Sheets for a handy guide to many sublimation blanks.
Have a space fan in your life? This Rocketing Back to School design is great for tote bags, water bottles, shirts, and more! Speaking of water bottles, make a personalized steel bottle featuring the Ready to Learn design. Make sure you add a name so it doesn’t end up lost! I used the font Magic Potion for these designs!
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!
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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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