So, here we sit at the bottom of our hole with not one but two machines we know very little about and the sky seems very far away - time to stop digging, I guess . . .
We finally get the blasted Yeti settings and techniques down and climb a few rungs toward the sunshine. At this point, we're stuck again. We can do mugs, but it was expensive and exasperating to learn this one little thing, and even my average little brain is yelling that the Yeti craze is not going to last forever - best to move on . . .
Now most of us have been at a point in our lives where we know we need to take action, but can absolutely not figure out what that next step is - so we find ourselves stuck. Add to that the unfortunate rockiness that my new romance with the laser was experiencing - you know that point where you alternately want to be mistaken about your man and it turns out he is in fact Prince Charming or you just want lightening to strike his ass down and be done with it - that's where I found myself with that blasted laser engraver . . .
So, we thought, why not give the new sublimation machine a try - really, what have we got to lose at this point??
Well . . . it turns out sublimation is actually pretty fun - and the best part is COLOR - I LOVE COLOR!!!! Pretty soon, my sister and I are off and running - we created a whole line of Vintage Diner and Farmhouse mugs and cutting boards - the Ice Cream one is one of my favorites!
Next time you find yourself at the bottom of a hole, take a break and enjoy some ice cream!!