It’s no secret that I love coffee. I have my own milk frother/steamer and shakers
So it’s no surprise that I also love coffee mugs.
Now I know that many of you have seen the many blog posts about making Sharpie Mugs.
The one that goes a little like this:
Dollar Store Mugs
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
Wash and Dry Mugs
Draw or write desired image/phrases on mug.
Bake mugs at 350 for 30 minutes.
So simple, so fun. So easy even the most novice crafter could tackle this project.
Welp, that’s not the way the world works . Baking the mugs is supposed to set the design and make the mugs dishwasher safe. Well, I’m here to tell you that baking a mug covered in sharpie just gives you a hot mug covered in sharpie. A mug, that upon first washing will leave you with a messed up master piece.
There is hope. There is a sharpie product that will stand up to a scrub or two.
And here are my mugs that my dear friend Kelby drew and I traced with the proper sharpie tools.
Just follow the same rules as above except replace Sharpie with Oil Based- Sharpie Paint Pen. (For Glass and Wood)
Feel free to comment and link me to your masterpieces.