Make a Starbucks customized tumbler from your Facebook photos

This is a really great last minute gift idea. Have you ever seen or purchased one of our customized tumblers, and wanted to do something but didn’t feel like you had time? Well, we’ve partnered with Snapfish,  a great photo site, to make a Facebook application that makes this really easy. Simply create your own customized insert from photos on Facebook with very little hassle.

What’s even better is that you can select one of your friends’ sets of photos on Facebook and make a customized insert of their photos for them!

After you print the insert go to our online Store or your nearest retail store and buy a customized tumbler. It’s a really fantastic last minute gift. If you’re anything like me, you need good last minute gift ideas.

To get started, simply go here and start clicking. Have fun making your very own customized tumbler.

This blog was inspired by your idea: Personalized Travel Tumblers.

The tumbler

12/21/2009 1:10 PM

do you know if this tumbler is available in Asia? or is it only available in the states and america?

12/21/2009 1:12 PM

I had one of theses tumblers last year and put it in the dishpan to wash (by hand with warm soapy water) it leaked and not only did my photos get wet but I couldn't get them out either.

12/21/2009 2:17 PM

I've purchased about 5 of these tumblers when they first came out. I gave a few out as Birthday presents and customized a couple for my wife & I. I too have had problems with the seal from the bottom cover leaking. At first, the inside would just steam up. Then it got worse and the pictures got ruined from the condensation inside. I sealed the bottom cover with a bead of silicone before I gave the others out as gifts. I took the cover off of my wife's tumbler and let it dry out inside then applied a bead of silicone to that one as well. So far, it's been okay. I'm yet to make another collage for my mug.

3/16/2010 9:04 AM

Wow - I was actually considering buying one of these -now I will take a pass. Thanks for the tips Sublym and freeon2. I wondered how  they would clean over time - given you gotta wash a coffee tumblers well.

Sign In to make a comment.
Attachment: photo-6.jpg

Ideas so far

Popular Tags