Do you have a plain, boring mug, which needs a bit of spicing up? Personalize cups and cups of your own by drawing on them! You can use it for personal home or even give them as gifts to your loved ones to add. Here’s how to start:
Buy some white cups or mugs. You can find them in stores, thrift stores, and dollar stores, and online.
Choose Sharpie. For long-lasting results, choose a paint Sharpie markers that rely on oil. Regular Sharpie ink can come off even after baking. Choose color to use in your mug. You stay simple and choose one color, or be more ambitious and use several. If you stick to one color, then black is usually a good choice, given the stark white background of the mug.
Start drawing. Decide what you want to put on the cup, and perhaps the practice of drawing on a piece of paper before painting on the mug. Choose a meaningful quote or drawing a nice mug to decorate with, and get inspired by the cups and sold on Etsy or Googling examples of projects mug Sharpie online.
Drying out. Let your mug dry for a few hours or overnight before putting it in the oven. You can also draw over it again if you want to make sure that the pattern does not come off in the wash. If you draw over it again, make sure to leave it to dry again before baking.
Abzha. Bake the mug in the oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Remember that mug in the oven to heat mode before and leave it in the oven to cool completely so there will not be any cracks. You can choose to bake cups twice to really determine in graphics Sharpie.
Care and wash. Hand wash the mug gently, rather than throw it in the dishwasher, washing machine and may ruin the design.
Some fans handwork mug Sharpie spray may advise mug with acrylic spray seal to make sure Sharpie etchings do not rub off. I personally do not want to do that because the spray can be toxic. However, if you want to go this route, be sure to avoid spraying near the top and on the inside of the mug. You can cover those areas with masking tape to protect them by spraying.