Where to Buy Tumblers for Silhouette or Cricut Crafting

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I’ve been covering where to buy blank products to embellish with your Silhouette Cameo or Cricut on the blog recently. Today, with the help from The Insider’s Club, I’m sharing the most popular places to buy tumblers in this #supplierspotlight. You can see other #supplierspotlight posts at this link.

Where to Buy Tumblers for Crafting

By far, the most popular suppliers of tumblers are Save a Cup and Discount Mugs.

  • Save a Cup (saveacup.com) offers clear and colored tumblers, wine tumblers, mason jar tumblers, skinny tumblers, and more. They ship free from southern California and you do not need a business license to order. Tip: The best way to order from Save a Cup is in bulk. They offer assortable bulk pricing, which means you can mix and match colors (same style) to reach their price breaks. They run sales all the time (including flash sales) so be sure to follow them on social media and sign up for their mailing list.
  • Discount Mugs (discountmugs.com) offers printed and blank products and carries a wide variety of tumblers. The ordering minimums are higher than Save a Cup, but if you are buying a large amount in bulk you can save a lot of money. Discount Mugs also offers a 100% price guarantee. This means that if you find the same products elsewhere for less, they will match the price plus give you an additional 10% off the products.
  • Paraqraft (paraqraft.com) offers tumblers with competitive prices. They offer printed and blank tumblers. Paraqraft offers fairly low minimums for most product lines. They ship from California and you don’t need a tax ID to order.
  • Amazon also offers blank tumblers for competitive prices. While pricing changes often, the 12 clear tumblers with lids (at this link) are currently cheaper than other online stores. Don’t forget that if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping. (Coincidentally, they are sold and shipped by Amazon, but are from Paraqraft!)

What about Dollar Tree Tumblers?

Dollar Tree sells acrylic tumblers in store and online for $1 each with matching lid and straw. They have a history of being scratched and dinged and easily broken. In fact, many Cutting for Business readers have reported that when ordering online from Dollar Tree that many shipments arrive with damaged tumblers. If you are selling tumblers in your small business, skip the headache and skip Dollar Tree tumblers.

What about “Confetti Tumblers” or “Glitter Tumblers”?

Recently, I’ve gotten so many requests for where to buy tumblers with confetti or glitter inserted between the walls. If you are looking for this style of tumbler, you have a few options:

  1. You can order confetti or glitter cups from PID Blanks, Girlfriend Galas, RCS Blanks and More, or Slant Collections.
  2. If you plan to buy in bulk, you can order from a manufacturer on Alibaba or AliExpress.
  3. Save a Cup sells an insert cup where the two sections of the tumbler come apart (see this link). You can take them apart and add glitter scrapbook paper or spray clear adhesive or brush on adhesive and sprinkle loose glitter or confetti.

Who is your favorite supplier for tumblers? Give them a shout out in the comments.

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49 thoughts on “Where to Buy Tumblers for Silhouette or Cricut Crafting”

  1. I am a new Cricut user, but have sold promotional products for years. I just added a page to let people know that we can get them all kinds of blank products, and also have a 20% discount for people who are reselling products.

        1. Hello! I’m sorry if you feel that I sounded snotty. It is poor etiquette to come onto a blog and leave links (which I removed) to take my readers to your products. Unfortunately, it is spam. Proper advertising should be done. Have a good one!

  2. Hi – I just wanted to mention, I ordered from Paraqraft after seeing this post and never received my order. Not sure if they’re a legit business or maybe they went out of business, but they took my payment and never responded to me or Paypal after I filed a claim. I got my money back through Paypal but I wanted to give you a heads up. Thanks!

  3. These places all sell tumblers for about $2 if you are ordering at least 1000 of them. I am doing this as a side business to make some extra money and i am definitely not in the position to order large quantities like that. If you go lower to about 25-50 pieces, the prices shoot up to about 3-4 dollars each tumbler. I guess my question is how much are people usually charging for something like a customized tumbler when just for the item itself you are paying $3-4. Materials also cost money and your time as well, but i dont see someone willing to pay more than $10 for a finished item. How exactly are people profiting from this?

  4. Hi,

    Do you know where I can get white tumblers with a pink lid or gold lid? The material doesn’t matter as long as its a traveling tumbler 🙂

  5. Alibaba isn’t a scam site ? Sorry i just really wanna know because there were products i was tempted to buy from there but to afraid to take the chance because some prices seem to good to be true. thanks!

  6. Hi, thank you so much for this post! Do you know where I can buy 20 oz tumblers? I looked through your links and they are all for 16 0z tumblers. If you have a good lead I would greatly appreciate:)

    Best,

  7. I’m not sure if this is the right spot to ask this but I haven’t found the answer in other links. Is there any copy write issues with selling Yeti or Rtic cups with a monogram or design? Not changing the logo or covering it, just adding?
    I am really enjoying your blog it has provided so much useful information!

    Thank you!

    1. If you are selling a Yeti or RTIC cup with a design on it, feel free to advertise as so. Just be sure to not call it a Yeti cup if it is a generic cup. Thanks for your kind words!

  8. Hi Christine! I love your blog and everything has been SO helpful. I do have a question. Do you have a similar blog post like this but for water bottles? I am having the HARDEST time finding a good supplier for water bottles that doesn’t make me order 5000 at a time, ha ha. I love RCS Blanks, but they are smaller and sometimes sold out of stuff when I need it. Have you found that most websites make you buy in 12 or more? I’m just getting started in my vinyl business and don’t have the overhead yet to purchase in bulk like that, so I was looking for other options. Save A Cup is awesome but I have to purchase 12 bottles at a time, and they have been sold out of the color I need for weeks! 🙁 I’m in love with the Maars Tritan 24 oz flip top water bottles. Thanks in advance!

  9. Where are all these Etsy businesses buying Yeti? The cost of Yeti vs what they sell for looks like they are losing money. I’ve ordered from save a cup but people have been asking for yeti.

    1. Hello! First, Yeti now only sells to brick and mortar shops. That being said, there’s two things likely going on: 1) Other sellers are losing money on the Yeti cup sales (I see it happen all the time!) or 2) Shop owners are befriending Yeti dealers who are giving them special pricing.

      1. I actually have been wondering the same thing, hmm i wonder how you would befriend someone with a yeti connect to get wholesale pricing…

  10. Christine, thank you this post! I have been searching far and wide for some cups and came save a cup and love their stuff. Have you come across any ceramic or porcelain travel mugs with plastic suction lids instead of those horrible silicon lids?

  11. So excited that I found this! I just placed my first order with saveacup.com! I have been researching and reading reviews, etc. This was a huge help. Thank you!

  12. SaveACup doesn’t ship to Alaska or Hawaii, as many of the companies I’ve already researched do not ship outside the contiguous 48 states . What they do is either A) don’t offer shipping at all or B) charge more for the shipping that ends up being more than the products themselves, thus doubling or tripling your cost. This is frustrating and just a warning to my fellow “non-48ers” that we are screwed trying to buy bulk. For coffee mugs and other dishware though, I have been successful going to a local restaurant supply store to get blank products for a fraction of the cost and save money from not having to have stuff shipped to me. On another note, Alaska doesn’t have chains like Dollar Tree, so we have to be very resourceful 🙂

  13. Hello, I have found I love the 24 oz Starbucks cold tumblers with a lid and a straw. I’m looking for a blank version of them and can’t quite find a product similar. Do you know any distributors that sell this type of product?

  14. Hello, I just wanted to thank you for sharing this information. I found it extremely difficult to get any responses on social media crafting groups. I look forward to learning more about this site too.

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