Sublimation Cookbook: Handy One-Page "Recipes" for 150+ Popular Sublimation Projects

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Can't remember how long to press that sublimation blank? Not sure what order to stack your layers? Confused about how to get the best transfer? The Sublimation Cookbook guide can help, with step-by-step sublimation project recipes for over 150 different sublimation blanks. Each of these "recipes" show you exactly what to use, how long to press, how hot to press it, and how to take care of your sublimated project for long lasting results. Here's what's included:

  • Sublimation Equipment 
  • Sublimation Ingredients 
  • Sublimation Pressures and Temperatures 
  • Sublimation Printing 
  • Other Forms of Sublimation Ink 
  • Sublimation Transfer Sheets 
  • Chapter 1: Polyester —T-shirt(s), Hoodies, Tanks, Polos, Bodysuits, Hat(s), Tote Bags, Microfiber Towels, Aprons, Fleece Blankets, Plushies, Oven Mitts, Floor Mats, Sequin Pillows, Canvas Pillow, Garden Flags, Socks, Stockings, Face Masks
  • Chapter 2: Stainless Steel — Straight Side Tumblers, Tapered Tumblers, Camping Mugs, Flasks, Insulated Can Coolers
  • Chapter 3: Ceramics — Mugs with handles, Mugs without handles, Camping Mugs, Tiles, Ornaments, Plates, Bowls
  • Chapter 4: MDF & HDF — Coasters, Picture Frames, Wall Signs and Other Signs, Clipboards and Dry Erase, Magnets, Puzzles, Tags
  • Chapter 5: Glass — Cutting Boards, Drinkware with Handle, Drinkware with no Handle, Tiles & Photo Panels, Ornaments
  • Chapter 6: Slate — Photo Slates and Non-Square Slates such as circles, ovals, hearts, and more 
  • Chapter 7: Aluminum — Photo Panels, License Plates, License Plate Frames, Business Cards, Stickers, Ornaments, Wind Spinners 
  • Chapter 8: Acrylic & Plastic (FRP) — Dog Tags, Business Cards, Ornaments, Place Card Signs, Faux Leather Notebooks and Sheets, Watchbands, ID Badges, Luggage Tags, Badge Reels, Frisbees, Magnets, Door Plate, Door Hangers, Hanging Ornaments & Key Rings
  • Chapter 9: Wood & Fiberboard — Wood and Trophy Plaques, Garden Stakes, Wood Cake Toppers, Wood Signs, Charcuterie Boards 
  • Chapter 10: Vinyl, Paper, & Cardboard — Vinyl Stickers, Labels, & Decals, Puzzles, Cardboard-bound and spiral notebooks
  • Chapter 11: Neoprene — Mouse Pads, Drink Sleeves and Can Coolers, Lunch Bags, Chapstick Holders, Car Coasters, Flip Flops
  • Chapter 12: Everything Else — T-Shirts: All or mostly cotton, Clear HTV, Adhesive Vinyl, Glitter HTV, Holographic HTV, Glow in the Dark HTV, EasySubli, DTV, DTF, Lamination sheets, Laminate on glass,  Sublimation spray
  • Worksheets & Notes 

By learning in small steps, you avoid the overwhelm that usually comes with trying to get control over something that is confusing and hard-to-remember.  

And good news if you're eager to start NOW. This 135-page printable playbook is instantly available to you as a digital download sent to your email. You can have it spiral bound at most office supply stores. Nothing will be shipped, meaning you don't have to pay shipping!

This collection of step-by-step sublimation "recipes" gives you easy-to-follow directions for all the most popular sublimation blanks! It tells you exactly what to do for each project. If you just want someone to tell you what to do, this is it.

Never Guess at Times or Temperatures Again!

The Sublimation Cookbook works for everyone, from beginners to pros!

 Please note that this is an instant digital download (nothing will be shipped).

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Please note that this is an instant digital download (nothing will be shipped).

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The eBook arrived in my Inbox immediately after payment, it is a very comprehensive resource to sublimation, split up into convenient chapters, I have had a good look through the book and will find it a very helpful source of instruction to successful sublimation projects, I am happy to have waited to start my sublimation journey until I purchased this eBook, I would recommend this eBook to anyone contemplating doing sublimation

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My printer stopped working. Had to purchase another printer. Hope I can print it after setting up my new printer. I’m sure it’s a great book

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While I haven’t sublimated anything yet, this is chockful of information! Great value!

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Excellent! It had just what I needed