I was trying to decide what treats to make for Father's Day. I was cleaning out some of my kitchen cabinets and decided to throw out a bunch of old coffee mugs that have been around forever. I went on Amazon and brought some mugs that I could personalize. They had a whole bunch that you could choose from. This was so easy to do, I can't believe I didn't think of this sooner. They are going to look so much nicer than the ones I threw out!
All you have to do is unscrew the bottom of the mug and take out the paper insert and use that as a pattern for whatever paper you decide you want to use. Cut it out and just pop it in and screw the bottom back on. The first one I used the back of a sheet of scrapbooking paper and decorated it with the stamps from the set One Wild Ride. I thought it turned out great!
The next one did not take a very good picture, but I made it for Joe using snowmobiling paper and stickers. The paper is blue and dark which made it hard to photo. I love it! I think I'm going to make one for myself.
The next mug is for the camper in the group.
I hope the guys will like them, I know I do!! What's nice is that you can always change them up if you want. I kept one of the inserts for a template in my stash.
Yesterday we had so much fun. Jennifer had her Pre-Kindergarten graduation. It was so cute. They sang some songs and even wore cute hats and received a diploma. We then went out to dinner and of course stopped for ice cream for dessert. We hope everyone has a wonderful Father's Day weekend.
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