Whew!!! The project I am about to share with you was made for this week's Peachy Keen Challenge, and I was cutting it close (only an hour to spare)!! :)
Here is my project!!
My girls made coffee mugs for my mom for Mother's Day so I thought it was fitting to also give her some K-Cups!!
How sweet is this little girl?! She is by Samantha Walker, and is available in the Silhouette store.
My mom and dad are both k-cup freaks, so I may have to make one for dad for Father's Day, so he doesn't feel left out! :)
I picked these mugs up at the dollar store and let the girls color/draw on them with permanent markers. Then I baked them in the oven at 350 degrees, for half an hour (welll..... they were SUPPOSED to be baked for a half hour, but we got busy and forgot about them, so they were in there for about an hour.... OOPS! :)). Baking them makes the permanent marker even MORE permanent!! :) The marker probably won't hold up in the dishwasher, but washing them by hand should preserve the drawings.
Here is what I used for this project...
- Peachy Keen Wide Eyed Kids Face Assortment stamps
-k-cup holder from Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons
- little girl from Silhouette store
- doily & stitched/scalloped circle dies from My Creative Time
- sentiment from Pink By Design
- Colorbox fluid chalk ink
Ok, that's it!! Thanks for stopping by! :)