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How to Make Chalkboard Mugs

I remember a few months ago when I saw something similar in a store.  
I wanted to buy them, but when I returned to the shop, I was 
told that they were sold out.  I was so disappointed.  
I really wanted to get those cups.  
Since I haven't been able to find anything else like them, 
I decided to make my own.
I got these HUGE cups at the local supermarket at a great price.  

This is a great way to personalize your tea and coffee, 
maybe even soup or cereal.  They are great for my next kaffeeklatsch.

For this project, I used chalkboard labels instead of chalkboard paint, less mess.
  Here is what you will need to make your own:
Ceramic mugs/cups
Chalk or chalk ink
Make sure that your labels can be used by both chalk or chalk ink.
First thing you should do is to make sure your cups are nice and clean.
Second, make sure that you have the correct size label for your mug.
If you need to adjust the size of the label, you may cut it down as I did.
Once you have the right size, just peel it and stick onto your mug.
Next, write what ever you like with the chalk or chalk ink.
That's it, wasn't that easy?
 These label mugs bring a creative style to your mornings. 
Happy crafting!

18 comments :

  1. these are fabulous! i can't wait to make them!

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  2. These are so cool! I always seem to say that about your ideas though!

    Great idea for Father's Day this weekend.

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  3. You ROCK!!! And have the very BEST ideas!!! Have you ever run across the chalkboard stickers in a store anywhere?? I've just checked out target, pottery barn kids, and bed bath and beyond...so far...no luck. I guess I will have to order online! Thank you so much for all of your creative ideas!!

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  4. Great idea. Love it.
    www.rebeccabany.com

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  5. The chalk is not permanent, it will wash away, but the chalkboard marker lasts longer as long as you don't scrub it away.

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  • Totally CUTE!! Pinning :) Would love for you to come and link up to my party at livelaughrowe.com TGIF. xo, Kelly

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  • They really look cute and welcoming. Makes me want to pull up a chair & have coffe with ya!
    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
    Wildly Original Linky party is open!

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  • No, it stay in place with no problem.

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  • Thank you for adding your thoughts. I read all of your comments and I reply to all one way or another, mostly by email or on your blog. You brighten up my day & for that I thank you.

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