Friday, November 4, 2011

Roll Tide Tumblers

Well, since everybody around here in Alabama is going crazy about this football game tomorrow, I thought I would share a project that I made for two ladies at my sisters work.  Me and my hubby are more into the NFL, but I am telling you that most people in Alabama are crazy when it comes to Alabama football, lol.  Two of the ladies at my sister's work asked me if I would make them some Alabama tumblers with their initials on them. 

To make these, I purchased these tumblers at Big Lots.  They had them in packs of 2 for $7.  I wish I would have got some more, because I went back the other day and they were all out.  I used red and white vinyl to cut the designs.  Both ladies initials are L, so one wanted the letter in white and one wanted it in red.  I used SCAL to cut everything with the following fonts: Adlib for the Roll Tide, Curlz for the initials, and then I cut various sized cirles for around the cups.  The front of the tumblers has the letters and the back has the roll tide, I then just filled in around the cup with the polka dots.

When I had these finished, I packaged them up for my sister to take to the ladies.  I put them in a cellophane bag and tied a small piece of white curl ribbon around the top.  I then used a punch to cut a scalloped circle and stamped it with my Made by Jean stamp.

6 comments:

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Super fun! I love drinking out of these tumblers! I think it is the fat straw that makes everything taste better!
Carri~abusybee
www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

Audrey Frelx said...

Jean, these look so cute! And, I agree, how fun to drink out of these adorable tumblers!

McVic said...

oh I love these personalized cups! Great job!so cute!

Cricut Couple said...

Fantastic Idea! Love what you came up with, but also love the amazing design!

Angi @ CokiePop said...

I love Big Lots. This is such a fun idea. :)

Besthobbyeva said...

Wow what a fun idea! I never thought of personalizing your own tumbler. I bet the ladies loved them.

Laurie