How to Make Tumblers with Cricut Maker


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Learn how to personalize tumblers using a Cricut machine and permanent vinyl. These stunning tumblers make a great gift for teachers, bridesmaids or handmade holidays. Take it a step further and make tumblers to sell as a side hustle.

How to Make Tumblers with Cricut Maker

Learn how to personalize tumblers using a Cricut machine and permanent vinyl. These stunning tumblers make a great gift for teachers, bridesmaids or handmade holidays. Take it a step further and make tumblers to sell as a side hustle. 

Learn how to make personalized tumblers with the Cricut Maker and permanent vinyl. Great for handmade gifts for a bridal party, school teacher or for the holidays.

I love personalized products. I love finding my name on keychains at the trading post. I know we should be careful putting names on children's items, so strangers can't call them by name...but I think I'm pretty safe with my name plastered on everything!

I love this gorgeous script font, and I've got a list of 10 FREE Signature Fonts at the end of this post!

Personalize rose gold tumblers with glossy white permanent vinyl using the Cricut cutting machine.

Supplies Needed to Personalize Tumblers with Cricut:

Tumblers (these are the exact ones I got)



Transfer Tape
Signature Script Font (I've got 10 FREE ones at the end of this post!)

Rose gold tumblers and white vinyl make the perfect handmade gifts

Begin by styling your names in Cricut Design Space. Now, sometimes the spacing is weird in CDS, and doesn't work out evenly. In cases like that, split up the name into parts and then slide them together. Weld the letters together before cutting.
My names are 7 inches tall to fit the tumbler.

Begin by styling your names in Cricut Design Space. Now, sometimes the spacing is weird in CDS, and doesn't work out evenly. In cases like that, split up the name into parts and then slide them together. Weld the letters together before cutting.  My names are 7 inches tall to fit the tumbler.

Next, have the Cricut Maker cut out the names. Yes, I am using my fabric mat, which is not the norm, but it's what I had. 

Next, have the Cricut Maker cut out the names. Yes, I am using my fabric mat, which is not the norm, but it's what I had.

Then cut the names apart and use the hook tool to weed the excess vinyl away from the script.

Then cut the names apart and use the hook tool to weed the excess vinyl away from the script.

Then cut a piece of transfer tape. This can be reused for every name.

Then cut a piece of transfer tape. This can be reused for every name.

Place the transfer tape on the vinyl, then peel the backing off the vinyl.

Place the transfer tape on the vinyl, then peel the backing off the vinyl.

Place the name on the cup with the capital letter at the bottom of the tumbler. Rub the vinyl with your fingers firmly.

Place the name on the cup with the capital letter at the bottom of the tumbler. Rub the vinyl with your fingers firmly.

Then peel back the transfer tape by rolling it over itself. Go slow enough to be sure it stays stuck. 

Then peel back the transfer tape by rolling it over itself. Go slow enough to be sure it stays stuck.

That's it! No need to seal them if you use the permanent vinyl. They are metal tumblers, so they should be hand washed anyway. Repeat for all the tumbler gifts you need.

That's it! No need to seal them if you use the permanent vinyl. They are metal tumblers, so they should be hand washed anyway. Repeat for all the tumbler gifts you need.


Which of these FREE fonts is your favorite? I used Adelia and love how they turned out!

10 Free cursive calligraphy script signature fonts for handmade personalized gifts using the Cricut maker


Adelia     *     Amalfi Coast     *     Bellamy Signature     *     Rustgia   
Costella Signature     *     Modernline     *     Andellia Davilton 


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Learn how to make personalized tumblers with the Cricut Maker and permanent vinyl. Great for handmade gifts for a bridal party, school teacher or for the holidays.

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