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DIY Speckled Dip Mug
Transform your boring white mug to look like a gorgeous clay and porcelain mug by painting the bottom of the mug with two colors of dishwasher-safe paint to give the look of clay.
Learn how to make your own speckled dip mug at The Merry Thought.Continue to 2 of 14 below.
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DIY Sprinkles Mug
Anyone who gets a hot mug of cocoa is sure to smile when you serve it in this super cute DIY sprinkles mug that is made by downloading a sprinkles template file that works with your Cricut and assorted color vinyl. After the vinyl sprinkles have been cut with the Cricut just peel and stick them on the mug.
Grab a copy of the sprinkles template and read the full DIY details at Studio DIY.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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DIY Gold Initial Mug
A personalized mug with a potted herb plant placed inside is a great gift idea that you can make for under $5. Customize a blank mug by crafting your own letter stencil using vinyl and use spray paint to paint in the design and the mug's handle.
To learn how the stencil was made or how to complete the rest of the project visit Earnest Home Co.Continue to 6 of 14 below.
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DIY Metallic Painted Mugs
Add some metallic detailing to your old mug by painting the bottom part of the cup with metallic ceramic or multi-purpose craft paint.
Read how Design Improvised updated a pair of blue mugs with some copper paint to use for at home coffee dates.Continue to 7 of 14 below.
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DIY Watercolor Mug
Break out your favorite bottle of nail polish and use it to paint your mug to create a stunning watercolor splash finish on the mug. Best of all each mug is unique, and they are so simple to make even the kids can join in making their own mug.
The full step-by-step tutorial for the DIY watercolor mug can be found at Poppytalk.Continue to 8 of 14 below.
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DIY But First Coffee Mug
Need you first cup of coffee before you are ready to take on the day? If so, make one of these fun DIY but first coffee mugs that are made by writing on a blank mug with a paint marker.
Learn how to make these mugs at A Beautiful Mess, and make sure to check out the tips on how to make a pretty mug even if you lack pretty handwriting.Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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DIY Chalkboard Mug
Put a smile on someone's face by writing a cute message on this handmade chalkboard mug that has a central chalkboard text bubble so you can easily customize the mug with a piece of chalk or a chalk marker. One great idea would be to make a set of these mugs for your household and have everyone write their name on their mug they are using.
Read the full tutorial at Unusually Lovely.Continue to 10 of 14 below.
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DIY Patterned Mug
Hand paint your own design from such as dots, lines or triangles on an old mug or cup and saucer with this easy DIY that you can do tonight.
Learn how to make a patterned mug at Delia Creates.Continue to 11 of 14 below.
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DIY Eyelash Or Cactus Mug
Draw on your own quirky pattern using a porcelain paint pen on a mug to make a fun cup for your coffee break at work.
Get started by reading the easy-to-follow tutorial at Enthralling Gumption.Continue to 12 of 14 below.
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DIY Gilded Mugs
Like most DIYers chances are you have some leftover gold spray paint from a previous project, so put it to use by updating your old mugs by adding some gold detailing to the bottom of the mug.
Read how to make your own gilded mugs perfect for a hot cup of tea at The Winthrop Chronicles.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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DIY Two Tone Dipped Mug
Make a set of color dipped mugs by heading to your local second-hand store and buying some white mugs to decorate with a quick coat of paint to give your family a set of mugs perfect for lazy Sunday morning brunches together.
Learn how to make some DIY painted mugs at This Heart Of Mine.Continue to 14 of 14 below.
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DIY Glitter Mug
Add a bit of sparkle to your morning by DIYing a glitter mug that is dishwasher safe after the mug has fully dried.
Learn how to get glitter to stick to your old mug and have it stay on even after repeatedly being washed in the dishwasher by visiting White House Black Shutters.