Personalize a Can Cooler for Your Next Beach Trip

Personalize a Can Cooler for Your Next Beach Trip

There's just nothing like a cold drink on a hot summer day! While lately I've been sticking to flavored sparkling water, these reusable drink coolers are perfect for anything that comes in a can. 

These custom drink sleeves are great for the pool, an outdoor party, or a summer beach vacation. They also make a fun gift on group trips! 

See below for a beginner-friendly, four-step tutorial on how to embroider your own can cooler.

Supplies You'll Need:

    Step 1: Place Your Design

    How to Embroider a Koozie Tutorial with Stick & Stitch Patterns from Haley Hamilton Art

    First, choose your favorite design(s) - I picked three from the Summer Stick & Stitch pack! Next, peel off the backing on your Stick & Stitch design and place it on your foam sleeve. 

    Step 2: Stitch Your Foam Sleeve

    Embroidering a Koozie can cooler for summer tutorial from Haley Hamilton Art

    Thread your needle and stitch your design using back stitch, satin stitch, or whichever combination of colors and stitches you'd like. No embroidery hoop is needed (yay!), but be sure not to pull your stitches too tight. 

    Step 3: Rinse 

    Once you've finished stitching, rinse your design under a faucet and lightly scrub the paper pattern with your fingers. The paper will dissolve, leaving behind only your pretty embroidery.

    Step 4: Let Air Dry

    Custom embroidered Koozies by the pool from Haley Hamilton Art

    Allow your custom can cooler to air dry, then get ready for the beach in style!

    Interested in more summer embroidery tutorials?

    Check out How to Embroider a Cap for Summer or Cross Stitch Your Own Travel Accessories

    *Thanks for reading this summer embroidered cap tutorial! I participate in affiliate programs and may earn a share of revenue from your purchase. These are all supplies I use and recommend!

    Personalize a Can Cooler Koozie for Your Next Beach Trip with Embroidery Tutorial from Haley Hamilton Art


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