Camping is so fun and filled with adventures. But maybe you aren't a huge outdoors kind of person. Maybe you would rather be glamping! This design is perfect for any glamper or glamorous camper. It says camping, but with a diva sort of twist.
This fun design is absolutely stunning. The background is a subtle tan watercolor texture. The main graphic is an adorable pink trailer camper with sweet flowers all around it. The phrase going above it says "Home is where you park it!" You can easily personalize the text to say the place and date of a specific camping trip you always want to remember.
Go into our design center to start making this design yours. Personalize the text, change the graphic, update the background, and more. Have fun with it! If you need any kind of help or have questions just give us a call!
As always with YouCustomizeIt, you can change anything about this design (patterns, colors, graphics, etc.) for free. Our design library is loaded with options for you to choose from, or you can upload your own. Need Help? You can always contact us or chat with our design experts.
For those of you who love DIY, especially for your own apparel, we have just the thing for you! Sublimation Transfers are little different from iron on transfers which are made from Heat Transfer Vinyl and can be applied to various apparel and fabrics with an iron. You will need your own heat press for this sublimation project!
For best results, the sublimation transfer has to be applied to 100% white polyester apparel or fabric. The transfer is applied using a heat press at 365 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit depending on the material. The ink turns into gas and attaches itself to the polyester fibers. You can use polyester blends (at least 50%), but they have to be light colors. The sublimated colors will NOT be as bright and vivid as they are with white fabrics.
There are multiple advantages to sublimation. The first one being that you can do full color detailed art. You don't have to layer the art work - you print and sublimate. Easy as that! The second big advantage is that you can do backgrounds. For example, you can sublimate a mug with backgrounds, as well as graphics and text.
The disadvantages include the fact that you need a heat press, since irons do not get hot enough. Also, sublimation is part science, part art, so it takes practice to get consistently good results. If you are a DIYer, you like a challenge, or have master sublimation skills, then these transfers are for you!
If you are doing a group or team order and need a large number of the same transfer, call us and we will do our best to accomodate your needs.
|Product Dimensions||Mugs / Misc (3.5" x 3.5"), Pocket (Max. 4.5" x 4.5"), Infant / Toddler (Max. 6" x 6"), Youth / Women (Max. 9" x 9"), Shirt Back / Men (Max. 15" x 15"), Adult Shirt (12" x 12")|
|Production Method||Printed Media|
|Department||DIY + Craft Supplies|
|Product Type||Sublimation Transfers|