Where do you put decals on mugs?
The general rule is the coffee mug decal should be facing outward while the person is holding the mug in their dominate hand. Not only does this allow the logo to be seen by others while you’re drinking out of the mug, but it places the vinyl decal on the opposite side of where you’ll be placing your mouth.
Can you put vinyl stickers on cups?
There are several different types of permanent adhesive vinyl including patterned, glitter, glossy, matte, and more. You can apply any of them to a tumbler or mug, but keep in mind none of them are dishwasher safe. That said….. I put mine on the top rack of the dishwasher and they are fine, but your results may vary.
Do you have to seal vinyl on cups?
Most people don’t bother to seal their mugs as permanent vinyl usually does well enough on its own, but it’s not really and truly dishwasher safe. I have put together this really easy, absolutely adorable Cricut mug tutorial to simplify the entire process for you!
How long does permanent vinyl last on cups?
Even complex designs effortlessly lift from the carrier sheet for a perfect application. Our permanent vinyl is water-resistant and UV-resistant, Permanent Premium Vinyl, lasts up to three years, even in the great outdoors. It cuts great on all Cricut cutting machines!
What vinyl do you use for cups?
For tumblers, you definitely want to use a permanent or outdoor vinyl. These vinyls are intended to get wet and have a longer-lasting adhesive on them. My personal favorites are Cricut and Oracal brands. Cricut calls the vinyl you want to use Premium Permanent vinyl.
Can you put sticker on coffee mug?
Center the decal over your mug. The gridline transfer tape makes it easier to line things up and make sure your decal is straight. Use your finger to rub the decal onto the mug. Don’t worry about the transfer tape becoming wrinkled.
Can you epoxy over vinyl decals?
Yes, the epoxy works fine over stickers as long as you have some surface area exposed for the epoxy to grip to like wood. We also recommend You would want to apply a coat of Mod Podge over photos, stickers, and paper first before applying the epoxy.