This summer sublimation bundle has four sublimation-ready designs for all your summer fun! Celebrate summer with customized shirts, tote bags, and more!
Earlier this week we celebrated the summer solstice, which marks the official start to summer!
I know many of us have been in summer mode for a few weeks now. Well, we’ve been trying here. Today is the first day it’s been in the 70s all year. Yes, the PNW life is different than everywhere else, for sure!
I designed these colorful sublimation designs to add a bit of bright, cheery summer fun to your wardrobe or accessories! New to sublimation? Check out my Beginner’s Guide to Sublimation Crafting for all the sublimation basics!
Summer Sublimation Files in this Bundle
The Summer Vibes sublimation design makes the perfect summer tank top or shirt! 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! Also, don’t use too much pressure or you’ll end up with press lines.
Use the Fun in the Sun sublimation design to make yourself a skinny tumbler or water bottle using sublimation -ready blanks. Perfect for taking along to the pool or beach! Check out my post on How to Sublimate a Tumbler Using Shrink Wrap & a Convection Oven.
Do you like to add decor to your front yard? A garden flag is always a fun way to add seasonal touches without much effort! Use the Hello Summer sublimation design to add a personalized welcome to your home!
Have a girl’s trip coming up? Or perhaps you have a daughter/granddaughter/neice/etc who likes to spend time with their best girls. Make matching shirts or tote bags for the whole crew! Traveling far? Create matching cosmetic bags for all those toiletries or carry-on items! 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!