March 8, 2010

Doodle Art Mugs


I am so excited to show you my “Doodle-Art” Mugs. I ordered these last week from Walgreens. These are the 15 oz ceramic mugs. I am still in awe of my “art” work on a mug!! I am going to keep the Swim mug and give the Golf one to a friend. They are microwave and dishwasher safe.


Here’s a close up of the Swim mug. The details from the printing is very crisp. I was pleased with the quality of their work.


Nothing like something you made yourself to give as a gift, right? But still, I wonder if my friend will like it, or think it’s silly!

Ok, off now to break in my mug! Happy Monday everyone!!


Whitney said...

Hi Eden,

I think the mugs are beautiful and definitely not silly!

So how did you get the doodle onto the mugs? Is this something Walgreens did for you or did you buy blank mugs from Walgreens and add the doodles another way?

It looks really nice.


Janet said...

If your friend thinks that mug is silly then I'd get new friends! That is a fantastic gift! When you say Walgreen's did them what do you mean??

Eden said...

I made the doodles a jpeg, then uploaded to Walgreens. Walgreens used the "picture" to print on the mug. Thanks for asking :D

gypsy said...

Great idea! What fun to drink from mugs with your own art!

Serena said...

They look fabulous, Eden!!! Definitely not silly at all!!

aimee said...

they turned out great!! i didn't know that walgreens did this!

iHanna said...

Haha, I was sure it was a pair that would say "golf swing..." ;-)

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