Pet Bandana with Trinity Stamps & Iron-on-Ink

Nicole here! Welcome to Trinity Stamps & Artesprix Collaboration Hop! Today we have some amazing inspiration to share. You can hop along with us for your chance to win a $15 gift card to Trinity Stamps store OR a $15 gift card to Artesprix. The hop will end on November 5th  @ 11:59 PM PDT.  Winners will be announced on the Trinity Stamps & Artesprix blogs. 
I'm excited to share this adorable Bandana I created using Artesprix’s Sublimation Markers and some stamps from Trinity Stamps!
Here is how to Participate:
Leave a comment on each blog in the hop and let the fun begin! Here is the blog hop listing: 

Fall Tea Party T-Shirt with Artesprix Sublimation & Trinity Stamps

Thankful Metal Panel Trinity Stamps

Pet Bandana with Trinity Stamps and Iron-on-Ink

Trinity Stamps Sassy Dragonfly Dog Bandana with Iron-on-Ink

Floral Artesprix Blanks with Trinity Stamps 

Fall Leaves Bookmark & Card with Trinity Stamps & Iron-on-Ink

Personalized Key Chain, Bookmark, and more with Trinity & Artesprix 



DIY pet Bandana with Artesprix Sublimation Iron-on-Ink and Trinity stamps  
These bandanas are great for your fur-babies… Not so much for my cat Toby was not having it… I’m surprised I was able to slip it over his head without getting scratched for a photo. 
What are Artesprix Sublimation Markers?
Magic Ink that transfers their beautiful colors from plain copy paper to a polyester product with a heat source. Iron-on-Ink Markers are the way to personalize sublimation, which is specially formulated inks that transfer only when activated with heat.
DIY pet bandana with Artesprix Sublimation Iron-on-Ink and Trinity Stamps
Materials:
Blank Pet Bandana 
Pastel and Original Iron-On-Ink Sublimation Markers
Sublimation Ink Pad
Acrylic Stamp Block
Trinity Stamp’s Nutty Squirrel Stamp
Plain Copy Paper
Pencil
Heat Tape
Protective Paper
Project Mat
Tools:
Heat Press or Home Iron
Step-by-Step Tutorial:
Step 1: Trace your Bandana onto a plain piece of copy paper using a pencil. That way you know how much space you have to work with.
DIY sublimation polyester pet bandana with Artesprix sublimation and Trinity stamps
Pro Tip: Set your heat press at 385℉ for 30 seconds before you start working on your bandana. That way, the heat press will be hot enough to sublimate your images when you are finished. 
DIY sublimation polyester pet bandana with Artesprix sublimation and Trinity stamps
Step 2: Stamp images within the traced area using the Sublimation Ink Pad and Acrylic Block. 
DIY sublimation polyester pet bandana with Artesprix sublimation and Trinity stamps
Step 3: Next, use the Sublimation Markers to color in the images.
DIY sublimation polyester pet bandana with Artesprix sublimation and Trinity stamps
Step 4: With sublimation, often with fabrics you should prep your blank by using a lint roller to remove anything that can't be seen with the naked eye. 
DIY sublimation polyester pet bandana with Artesprix sublimation and Trinity stamps
Step 5: Using heat tape, tape down the bandana (faced down) onto the paper.

DIY sublimation polyester pet bandana with Artesprix sublimation and Trinity stamps
Step 6: Place a piece of Protective Paper at the top and bottom of your bandana.  Place your "Sublimation Sandwich" inside the heat press for 30 seconds at 385℉.
DIY sublimation polyester pet bandana with Artesprix sublimation and Trinity stamps
Step 7: Carefully, take a peek at the project using gloves. Then remove the heat tape and paper from the bandana to reveal your vivid design!
DIY sublimation polyester pet bandana with Artesprix sublimation and Trinity stamps
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Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Nicole Martel

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1 comment

What a cute way to customize my dogs for each season/holiday!

Sarah DV October 29, 2021

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