Sublimation crafting is a pretty new thing for me, and since I’ve been sharing Artesprix sublimation products on some of my creations, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about the process. I thought I should share a simple way to introduce you to the fun (and science!) of sublimation. The techniques I used to make this bookmark are simple and quick to recreate. Bookmarks make fantastic gifts for teachers, kids, local librarians, etc. My YouTube video is linked below.
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Sublimation Stamp Pad-Black
Original Sublimation Markers
Bookmark 4 Count
Heat Source: Home Iron or Artesprix Heat Press
Stencil Girl: Whimsical Waves Stencil
If using a Heat Press, set the temperature to 400 degrees with the timer set to 45 seconds. For a home iron, set to the highest setting and use no steam. More info can be found HERE.
Think of all the endless possibilities for these bookmarks! Plus, Artesprix has many other fun blanks that you can use these techniques with. I’ll have another fun Artesprix project to share very soon. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!