Today I’m going to show you how to make some really easy and fun ornaments using sublimation designs. This is a very quick way to create small gifts for teachers, co-workers, neighbors, friends – you name it.
You can also use these as place holders for holiday dinners, tags on presents or even use larger round blanks to create holiday coasters.
I made a bunch in under an hour and could have easily made more. So, take a look at the video below to see how to do it!
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Other Supplies Used in the Video (I am an Amazon affiliate. The links used below are affiliate links):
- Sublimation Ornament Blanks
- Cricut EasyPress 2
- Cricut Heat Mat
- Teflon Sheet
- Siser Permanent Adhesive Vinyl in Red
- Paper Transfer Tape
- Vinyl Scraper
- Baker’s Twine
Questions or Comments?
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