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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 ( 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 ( 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 ( 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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Friday 24th of June 2022

Hi there! I'm a small business owner looking for a new tumbler supplier. I found Save a Cup doing a simple google search and while trying to vet the company, I came across this post! I'm having trouble finding information on Save a Cup and wanted to make sure it was a safe, scam-free site. Have you had any problems while doing business with them (i.e. not receiving items after payment or hacked credit card information)?


Friday 24th of June 2022

@Christine, Cutting for Business,

Wonderful! Hearing an honest review from a real person is so reassuring. This was so helpful, thank you!

Christine, Cutting for Business

Friday 24th of June 2022

Hi Olivia! First, Save a Cup is great. Second, I never add anything to this blog that I personally haven't tried or have a relationship with. Myself and thousands of Cutting for Business readers have used Save a Cup without issues.


Wednesday 9th of October 2019

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.

Christine, Cutting for Business

Tuesday 15th of October 2019

Happy to share!


Monday 17th of June 2019

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?

Christine, Cutting for Business

Tuesday 2nd of July 2019

Try searching Google for "24 ounce acrylic tumbler with lid and straw wholesale". Several options came up.


Thursday 7th of March 2019

This was so helpful, thank you

Christine, Cutting for Business

Friday 8th of March 2019

Great! Have a great weekend!


Tuesday 17th of July 2018

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 :)


Monday 24th of September 2018

Bummer Clara! Thanks for sharing!