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A few months back, I shared a beginner’s series on sublimation. In some cases, I think that sublimation is a better choice than vinyl. For example: When you use sublimation on coffee mugs, the design becomes permanent and won’t wash off – unlike vinyl. (Learn how to do sublimation on mugs here.) Today, I’m sharing a few quick sublimation products that Unisub sent over to me. If you aren’t familiar with Unisub, they are a manufacturer of hard goods for sublimation. Their product line is extensive and includes: wood and metal photo blanks, jewelry blanks, clipboards, tags, puzzles, serving trays, and much more. Unisub doesn’t sell to the public, but you can find distributors at this link.
Quick and Easy Bracelets with Sublimation
I used a Unisub Standard Cuff Bracelet (Unisub Product Number 4636) to create a cuff bracelet. I first designed the image in Silhouette Studio, printed it on my sublimation transfer paper, then used a heat press to transfer the design.
After transferring the image, I used an EZ Bender Tool (Unisub Product Number 4656) to bend the bracelet into a curve.
Wooden Sign Home Decor Without the Mess of Paint
I created a Christmas home decor sign using Unisub ChromaLuxe Natural Wood Print (Unisub Product Number 5882). After designing the image in Silhouette Studio, again, I just printed it onto sublimation transfer paper and applied it with my heat press. (If you missed this cut file on the blog last week, download it here.)
Tween Friendly Clock with Sublimation
We’ve recently been making over Emily’s room as she is headed towards tweendom! I used Unisub Silver Wall Clock (Unisub Product Number 5823) to create a clock. Again, I designed the image in Silhouette Studio. Pick up wall clocks at this link.
Metal Memo Board with Sublimation
Using Unisub ChromaLuxe Gloss White Metal Print (Unisub Product Number 5882), I was able to easily create a metal memo board to finish out the decor in Emily’s updated room. Looking for metal blanks? Grab them at this link.
This post highlights some of the products that you can quickly make using Silhouette Studio, a sublimation printer, Unisub blanks, and your heat press.
Ready to give it a try? Unisub has provided a goodie box (with a retail value of over $200!) full of sublimation products for me to give to a Cutting for Business reader. Enter for your chance to win:
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