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Customizable Tumbler Tag

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Customizable Tumbler Tag by xifle May 18, 2013

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Reduce your drinking glass consumption!

We often had the same situation at home especially in the summer when you (should) drink a lot: There are many tumblers standing around so which one is mine? hmm - don't know - let's take a new one.
To get rid of that unnecessary consumption just print a few of these in different colors and put them onto your drinking glasses.

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Simple but really clever design - and that's why I've made it my Thing of the Week on 3D Genius:

http://www.3dgeni.us/thing-of-the-week-tumbler-tags/http://www.3dgeni.us/thing-of-...

Thanks for a great piece of design!

Thank you very much, I'm glad to hear this. Nice article!

great idea, I want to do this and add a number to them and remind folks of their numbers to tell them apart when we get groups of 15-20 kids.

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