Crafting Time! Tumblers, T-shirts and bags!

My Cricut Maker has been getting a heck of a workout lately.  I’ve been creating a ton of towels, t-shirts and mugs but, all for other people.

I snagged a set of plain black 12 ounce tumblers on Amazon. These things are aweeeeeeesome! Cold drinks stay cold. Hot drinks stay hot. I had a drink last night that the ice didn’t melt! Usually my drink is pretty well watered down before the last swallow. With this Schiipper tumbler I still had a cup full of ice at the end of my drink! Made of stainless steel in a Black finish with a fitted lid and sliding opening.
These cups are unbreakable, made of 0.5mm stainless steel and stronger than any others. As in drop it on the floor and no worries!

There are 2 stainless steel straws with their own cleaning brush plus 2 extra lid seals too!!!! Under $16.

HOWEVER, the best part is these take vinyl perfectly!!!  I made a set for Selena and my sister got one but as I mailed them out I thought WHY don’t I get a set??!


So, check these out! These are mine. First, how pretty is this soft turquoise color?

Then Bear and I were on our hike I had an idea!! I wear a big over-sized, plain white t-shirt when we go hiking. Long sleeved AND super long……….. ya know bugs and all. Especially TIC’s!!  Bear already had one of those blood sucking leaches stick on her. I personally had never seen a tic before and ummmmmmmm gross. Bear is all healed and better after a trip to the vet, she is better protected from those little *#&$(#&$. (SERIOUSLY!! I get side tracked so EASILY!!!!!! Look over there! SHINY!)

As I was saying before my brain opened yet another tab!

I created a vinyl iron on for ME!!

Check it OUT!!

I AM the Shed Hunter! (Remember a SHED is an antler. Which BTW bucks discard their antlers every year. I had no idea.)

This t-shirt will get a new antler along the bottom each time I find a new SHED! Note that there are 5 at this time. Hot diggity!

I forgot to take a picture of my bag before I started using it…. but you get the idea.

So that’s my update for today. I hope you are having a great day!

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Comments

  1. You are so good at this! Everything looks so good…Love the tumblers..

  2. Dana Rodriguez says

    I am not crafty at all. I have a friend that has one of these too and she makes all kinds of things. Those tumblers are so cute!

  3. Tamra Phelps says

    Hal! I love the shirt. You might be the craftiest person I know. I mean, if there were an actual award, you would be a shoe-in!

    • Tamra, Ahhhhhhhh thank you!! Your comment has given me the oppmfff get up and do something creative today. I’ve been in such a funk I haven’t made anything in days. I’m gonna go see what kind of trouble I can get into now.

  4. That is the very best t-shirt for you. I still remember when I thought you were looking for sheds (shacks), not antlers.

  5. Crystal K says

    I LOVE your antler t-shirt! I thought of you today when I saw someone buying deer antlers on the side of the road, haha. I also love the hiking bag! SO CUTE! You should do a giveaway of a bag like that sometime!

    • Crystal, that’s a great idea! I could design a bag with something cute on it. That is a great idea. I love this bag too. It holds bear spray, bug spray, water bottle, dog treats, cell phone and antlers. LOL! WITH room to spare.

  6. I’ve really wanted a Cricuit machine to customize items for my daughters. I see a lot of parents making teacher gifts with their Cricuit machine too. I would love to do this. Your tumblers came out beautifully.

    • Amy, The Cricut machine is so much fun! Between being able to cover a stain with a cute little picture to decorating cups and window clings. I LOVE my Cricut!! With kids at home? Oh my gosh you would have so much fun creating together.

  7. Dana Scott says

    This is awesome! I have been wanting to get a Cricut

  8. I do like the tumblers and STEEL straws??? Wow!
    Ticks are horrible things. We moved into our own-build down the country years ago & of course I went exploring in the fields & ditches around. I came home with 47 ticks. Mum nearly fainted! Dad (ex-Army so knew all about them) managed to get every single one out without too much bother and I got a salt scrub into the bargain! Mind you, as a ten-year old, that part was lost on me! I was fascinated by them & kept them in a jar till Mum threw them out.

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