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Colorful Mustache Mugs

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It’s no secret that the mustache craze has hit like a tidal wave. Everywhere you look there are more and more projects popping up that include the mustache. Funny thing is I really am not into them myself, but someone I know wanted me to help with this set of mugs.

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She had seen these on Pinterest so I saved them to a board and waited.

decoart glass paint marker

Low and behold Target had some stacking mugs in the same colors (minus the black) as the photo, so I pulled out my black DecoArt Glass Paint Marker and went to work making mustaches. You could use a Sharpie too!

Colorful Mustache Mugs - CraftsbyAmanda.com

I hadn’t used this marker before this project, but now that I have I REALLY like it. It flows nice, not too thick, not too thin, nice application. Just overall NICE. :)

Colorful Mustache Mugs - CraftsbyAmanda.com

You need to let them dry for 4 hours before baking. Then you just put them on a cookie sheet and place them into a cold oven. Turn the temp on to 375 F and set the timer for 40 minutes. Let cool and you’re done!

Colorful Mustache Mugs - CraftsbyAmanda.com

These are now permanent, you can hand wash them without removing your mustaches or place them in the dishwasher, top rack only. They would make a great gift for just about anyone.

Colorful Mustache Mugs - CraftsbyAmanda.com

Aren’t they cute and cool and all that jazz? I love them, and I’m not even on the mustache band wagon!

Colorful Mustache Mugs - CraftsbyAmanda.com

Now I can’t wait to find more things to decorate with these paint markers!

Me

16 Responses to Colorful Mustache Mugs

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    Beckie says:

    Love this idea and the vibrant colors!!

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    Danielle says:

    Ooh, will have to pick up a glass paint marker, I have heard to use a porcelain marker but hadn’t heard of the glass marker. I have tried using sharpies (30 mins in the oven) and it was an epic fail, washed right off. Unfortunately I did it for my son’s birthday party…felt so bad it didn’t work. I ended up leaving 3 of them in the oven for a week through every meal cooked. It turned the colors brownish and my son was so sad. Thanks for the glass paint marker tip. Maybe we will give it another go,

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    Tiffany says:

    you should sell these!

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    Sharon Lahr says:

    When I saw the blue mug I immediately thought of a local newspaper columnist that I follow (as in reading LOL). His moustache looks exactly like that on the blue mug. I may just have to make him one for Christmas (and add his name on the mug as well)!

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    jet says:

    i like those mustache mugs, so awesome coloured and the shapes of the mustaches are funny and cool.
    well done, great tute as well. thank you very much for the sharing;-D

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    Ruby says:

    Does anyone know where those who are “grapically challenged” might find mustache templates? My free hand is horrible due to Parkinsons.

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