Custom Designed Business Wear and Gifts, Spirit Gear and Accessories and Household Decorations
Made with durable stainless steel these Big League travel tumblers hold a full 30 oz. A clear plastic lid with slider lock seals shut to prevent coffee spills, and fits most car cup holders.
A double wall vacuum insulated build ensures your drinks stay warm longer. Select from the matte black or white finish with silver band accent, or a more spirited silver option.
Tumbler can either be etched with logo for silver finish or have vinyl applied for a colored logo. Minimum Quantity = 12
JNS Design is a home-based business in Tennessee. I provide a custom experience for each business and individual. I can design unique items to fit your needs or special occasion.
Great quality! Shipping was fast as well.
This is my second custom shirt from Sue and I couldn't be happier with the results! Talented, creative and a good business woman! I'll be back for more!
Beautiful shirt, excited to give to my friend for her birthday! Loved the personal tourches! The wrapping, and the handwritten thank you card. Made it very special!
Owner & Designer
I started my business in 2004 because I love to create. I have so many ideas in my head and when I design something people tell me I should sell it.
I started out selling jewelry and painted crafts at local craft fairs but soon found out the market was saturated with those things.
I purchased a home sewing and embroidery machine in 2012 and made towels and household items to give as gifts and sell at craft shows.
In 2013 I started making hockey team apparel for local kid's hockey teams but I soon found out that the home embroidery machine could not do all I needed to do so I splurged on a one head/six needle embroidery machine, software and designs so I was able to expand my business to include hats, large designs and bags.
2013 was a turning point for me. I decided to expand my business even more by including heat pressed vinyl and rhinestones in my apparel to sell. I purchased a 24" vinyl cutter, heat press and alot of software. I started making Team Mom apparel at the end of 2013 and people loved it.
In 2014 I took the next step and quit my full-time job to concentrate on my business full time. I needed to be able to make rhinestone apparel quicker than hand placing or brushing them into a template, so I purchased a rhinestone machine. My biggest challenge was finding steady business and getting my name out there.
2015 - 2018 my business expanded into local sport stores that carried my "Bling" apparel and I was also doing specialty shows.
2019 was a hectic year and I needed to close down my shop due to a huge move from Minnesota to Tennessee but I still had hopes of reopening my business and expanding it to include businesses.
2020 started a new year and a new decade with my business. I am now open in Tennessee and working with Corporations and individuals. I have expanded my business again to include laser etched household decorations and accessories including etched water bottles, mirrors, glassware and wood designs.
I hope to make this new adventure a good one.