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Want to make tumblers, mugs, puzzles, key chains and more with your sublimation printer? Here’s a collection of my favorite sublimation blanks.

Sublimation puzzle

Sublimation is the latest trend in crafting. I have been doing sublimation crafts over the last year and testing out all different types of projects and sublimation blanks. Today I am sharing some of my favorite sublimation blanks.

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What is sublimation printing?

Sublimation printing is a printing process that transfers ink on to a material using heat. In this case you print with sublimation ink onto a sublimation paper which is then heat pressed on to an object ie: shirt, mug, hat, etc. This is a permanent process that gives you a professional quality.

Sublimation is used by many print on demand companies.

Don’t have a sublimation printer yet? Here’s how I converted by Epson ET-2720 into a sublimation printer.

Looking for more information on how to print for sublimation? Check this post out here.

Sublimation Mug

What are sublimation blanks?

Sublimation blanks are materials that you are able to transfer a sublimation dye print onto by applying high heat. It usually has a high polyester count or a polyester coating. They can range from Tshirts to mugs or even puzzles.

Cricut Mugs

Where to buy sublimation blanks?

My go to place to buy sublimation blanks is online. Usually I will start with Amazon. Also check out 143 Vinyl, Heat Transfer Warehouse and Artesprix. Sublimation blanks are just starting to come to craft stores like Michaels and Joann. Also any Cricut product that says it’s compatible with Infusible Ink you can also sublimate on it.

Sublimation Blanks

A compiled list of some of my favorite sublimation blanks.

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About Michelle Beaton

Welcome to Weekend Craft. Life is busy so I am all about getting projects done on the weekend, whether it be crafts, DIY, home decor, or crafting with your Cricut.

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