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Starbucks Tumbler Template by i0nah Starbucks Tumbler Template by i0nah
Hello All, :) (Smile) 

maybe some of you acquired a Create-Your-Own Collage It Tumbler - Black, 16 fl oz from Starbucks.
While removing the bottom cap, you can retrieve the insert and do whatever you want with it. Meow :3 

So, let me just offer you a .psd template sized over a A4 spreadsheet that'll fit your new tumbler La la la la 
Within the .psd file, you'll find the strokes and the Work Path of the frame: all what you need to do is put your elements (picture, text , whatever) inside, print out (do not scale), cut around and insert in the tumbler.

instructions:

1. open the .psd (resolution is 150px/inch)
2. you can hide group [Elements] and layer [Plain], these are just for demonstration
3. insert an image and resize it so that it fills in the surface within the black stroke (you might want to align the resolution of your input to 150px/inch before import)
4. Once you organized your elements within the .psd and below the layer [Stroke]  then you can hit print.
5. Cut along the stroke, parts A & B can be removed as well (at least of the two)
6. Roll and plug in the tumbler.

Please, remember that when you do your customization, everything outside of the black stroke (within the blank area and in the grey areas A & B ) will be discarded after cut-off or hidden while rolled in the Tumbler.
The template is formatted to be printable on a standard A4 spreadsheet so that the tumbler layout will fit.
No major parameters are required to enable print-out.

have fun ! :happybounce: 

!! IMPORTANT !!
this template is suitable for the Create-Your-Own Collage It Tumbler - Black, 16 fl oz (www.starbucksstore.com/create-…
NOT for the Stainless Steel Create-Your-Own Tumbler, 16 fl oz (www.starbucksstore.com/stainle…
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tintofrose Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  New member Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi! Sorry to bother, but I was wondering wether the cutout should be along the outer rectangle or just where the Plain layer is? Is the white portion for some kind of overlap?
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i0nah Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
Hi - the cut out is indeed the outer back line. and there is an overlap of the white portion on both side in order to enable gluing is wished - I will make a correction on the temple to make this very point more obvious.
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tintofrose Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2014  New member Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah alright then, thank you very much!
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i0nah Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014
you're welcome !
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CobaltWinterborn Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks, this is gonna be fun. I wonder if it'll work for the stainless steel version, the top part does screw off. www.starbucksstore.com/stainle…
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i0nah Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014
Interesting. However I wouldn't know, also the shape looks somehow different. Please let us know if it does. :)
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CobaltWinterborn Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
It over laps at the top by a 10mm and a gap of space  on the bottom by half a 5mm
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i0nah Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2014
Thanks - I will amend the description and put the notification that this template is not suitable for the Stainless Steel Create-Your-Own Tumbler, 16 fl oz
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HolyFleshh Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2013
So I've been going through google looking for inserts and I stumbled upon this page, and had the following Qs;
when I add the picture it comes out as its normal shape, so I fixed it to fit the tumbler insert shape, should I just print it out as it is or there are certain ways to size it?
Can you help me throughout this from how to insert the photo to how to print it out? I'd really appreciate it, thanks!
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i0nah Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2013
Hello HolyFleshh
yes indeed, the .psd file is set at an upper definition (150px/inch), so if you insert a picture you might definitively need to resize up or down. and therefore, use big pictures. All you need to remember is that when you do your customization, everything outside of the black stroke (or within the blank area) will be discarded after cut-off.
the template is formated to be printable on a standard A4 spreadsheet so that the tumbler layout will fit.

1. open the .psd
2. you can hide group [Elements] and layer [Plain], these are just for demonstration
3. insert an image and resize it so that it fills in the surface within the black stroke
4. Once you organized your elements in the .psd below the layer [Stroke]  then you can hit print.
5. Cut along the stroke, roll and plug in the tumbler.

no major parameters are required to enable print-out.

let me know if you're okay this this indications.

regards,
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