Hello there! I’m so glad you’re here.
You’ve got to see what I made. :)
So…I was cleaning out my cupboards, and I was ready to donate about 5 old and ugly coffee mugs.
My husband, aka the engineer, challenged me to upcycle one mug into something cool.
I upcycled that there ugly mug in to a planter!
Hold your applause, I need to tell you how I did it. (insert winky face here)
Pay attention, it was really complicated.
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Step One: spray paint the mug any color your want and let dry completely. I chose Rustoleum’s Heirloom White.
Step Two: Place letter stickers of your choice on the mug.
Step Three: Swipe some gold craft paint over the letters. You could tape off the area you want painted, but I was going for a “painterly” look.
Step Four: After the gold paint is completely dry, remove the letter stickers. Done!
Add a pretty little flower, and you’ve got a touch of spring for your house, or as a gift for a friend. These would also be cute for herbs on the windowsill.
Thanks so much for visiting! If you like this project, I would love for you to share it!
Have a great week!
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