Now that we’ve had quite a bit of practice using our new convection oven for sublimation, we’re ready to share our top 10 tips. While it may *seem* pretty straightforward, there are a lot of nuances (and opportunities to mess up) at each step.

But have no fear, we break it all down for you as we sublimate the AH-mazing 64oz growler that Johnson Plastics Plus. We were thrilled when they included this in the welcome box they sent us when we joined their influencer program.

So without further ado, check out our latest video as we give our Top 10 Tips for Sublimating in a Convection Oven

🥤 Johnson Plastics Plus Products Shown in this Video:


64oz Sublimation Growler:
10oz Short Tumbler:
Stemless Wine Glass:
Frosted Shot Glass:
White Shot Glass:
JP Sublimation Paper:
Shrink Sleeves:

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🛒 Other Tools and Materials:

Oster XL Convection Oven:
In-Oven Thermometers:
Infrared Thermometer:
Epson EcoTank 2720 Printer (Converted):
Butcher Paper –
Paper Cutter:
Cosmos Sublimation Ink:
Heat Resistant Tape
Silicone Mat for Cooling:
Heat Gun:
Heavy Duty Heat Resistant Gloves:
Light Duty Heat Resistant Gloves:
Self-Healing Cutting Mat:
Utility Knife/Box Cutter:


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