Printing Coolers and Bags for Summer

Filed in Project Inspiration by on June 30, 2016

Do you have extra custom transfers left over from a recent order? A great way to use those extra screen printed and digital transfers is to print up coolers or bags.

Our lunch cooler (BG116) is made of denier polyester so any of our transfers will apply to this material. The flap zips open so you can work with just this area. For this small print area, use a foam coaster to raise the print area only on your t-shirt press. Or you can use your cap press to heat print this area. Your transfer should be about 3″ x 3″ to work on this bag.

The second bag (BG118) is a large cooler tote also made up of denier polyester. Use a leftover screen printed Goof Proof® transfer and create a special gift for your baseball coach. Or sell these to a local park to be sold in their gift shop. This bag is large, 17.5” x 21.5” x 7.25”, and is perfect for boating, camping or picnics. It is fully insulated. The easy to print front pocket holds your standard foam mouse pad, which will raise the print area on this bag. Your custom transfer can be up to 9” wide and 7” tall.

large cooler tote

Cooler Tote BG118

 

Enjoy your summer and keep your beverages and food cold with either of these easily printed cooler bags.

 

 

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