Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mug

Sharpie Mugs Alderberry Hill 7 thumb Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mug

Today I am sharing a quick and easy tutorial for these

Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mugs

Cooler days, even colder nights means hot cocoa in my mug…and my kids too.

For less than $3 you can make two of these cute mugs in no time flat.

Sharpie Mugs Alderberry Hill 1 thumb Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mug

Supplies needed:

2 mugs from the Dollar Store

a scrap piece of vinyl

sharpie markers {black & orange}

Sharpie Mugs Alderberry Hill 2 thumb Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mug

I cut my stencil using my Silhouette. And I cut my vinyl in half so that I could position it around the curved mugs easier.

I did go over with the sharpie several times so that it was nice and dark.

The orange nose on the snowman I drew in free hand as well as the dots for the eyes and mouth.

Bake in the oven for 30 minutes!

And here they are!

Sharpie Mugs Alderberry Hill 3 thumb Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mug

Doesn’t this look divine, so cozy and comfy. All you need are a pair of flannel or fleece pj’s, fuzzy slippers & a good book!

Sharpie Mugs Alderberry Hill 4 thumb Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mug

I mixed up some plain ‘ole hot chocolate , added whip cream, shaved chocolate & a candy cane.

The candy cane add such wonderful peppermint flavour to the hot chocolate!

Sharpie Mugs Alderberry Hill 5 thumb Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mug

Be sure to hand wash your mugs as the writing is not dish washer safe.

I gently wash mine out with soapy water quickly, I don’t leave it to soak or anything in the water.

Sharpie Mugs Alderberry Hill 6 thumb Sharpie Stencilled Hot Cocoa Mug

Mmmm…Cocoa

….Yes Please!

Happy Holidays!

Comments

  1. So wonderful mugs! i wish I has a Silhouette! Looks so tasty :0)

  2. Darling!! Re-tweeting! :)
    Claire @ A Little Claireification recently posted..The Holidays At Home – Traditions: Homemade PierogiesMy Profile

  3. Love these mugs! I didn’t know you could use sharpies and bake them. Thanks for sharing!
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  4. These mugs are so lovely! I am a big cocoa fan and have it at least twice a day!:)
    Judy Haughton-James recently posted..Favourite Ham Glaze – Creative Monday LinkyMy Profile

  5. These are adorable! Such a fun and easy craft! Thanks for linking up to Frugal Crafty Home!
    Amy @ A Blossoming Life recently posted..Frugal Crafty Home #3My Profile

  6. This is so cute! Where would I find vinyl? I could do this!

    Sarah

  7. These are so cute! I’ve done a similar project before and the sharpie pen marks came right off. I was using the skinny ones so I’m hoping if I use this method it will stay on! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Such a great idea!!! So easy too :)
    Lish recently posted..Christmas Home Tour 2012My Profile

  9. That is so cute! It’s a great idea and makes a great gift. I’m addicted to the Dollar Store!! lol Thank you so much for sharing it at SHOW-licious Craft Showcase.

    I look forward to seeing you soon! :)

    Marti
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  10. This is adorable! Such a great idea, and it would make a wonderful gift! LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing at the Tips & Tricks link up!!

  11. Very cute! I have some mugs set aside for this very idea!
    Diana Rambles recently posted..Mega Mint BrowniesMy Profile

  12. I love these mugs! Oh I wish I had a Silhouette, it would be so much easier. What a wonderful gift for someone!
    Debbie :)
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  13. So cute! They would be a great teacher or neighbor gift. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.
    Hugs,
    Jann
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  14. Cute, cute, cute! And SO easy! Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I will be featuring these tomorrow. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas! It has been great getting to know you a little better!
    Jenn
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  15. This is such a cute idea and easy too! :) Thank you for linking up with Marvelous Mondays!
    Carrie @ Frugal Foodie Mama recently posted..Cookies and Crafts for Sandy Hook- Gingerbread AngelsMy Profile

  16. Looks adorable – I have been wanting to try this – now I just have to!
    Thanks for linking up!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  17. These are so cute!!! Love them. Pinning this. Thanks for linking up Romance on a dime!!
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  18. Linking up with you from the GFC Hop. Your blog name looked so familiar and it’s because I follow you on Hometalk! Love your site and am your newest follower via Linky. I tried this craft and it work on some cups not the others. Have you had a similar issue?

    Stop on by sometime.

    Kimberly @ mypinterestreality.com

  19. i tried doing something like this for mothers day and red turned orange and green went.vomit colour… can someone tell me what went wrong, or why it happened?

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