Something that I was really surprised by was how much the mugs changed colors. Therefore when I was asked to do a guest post with a friend, I decided to create another mug and share what you should expect if you try the pin yourself.
^ This is the same post I used in my guest post, and you can send any comments you have to the original: http://imdoingteenagingwrong.blogspot.com/2015/08/a-guest-post.html
The "Before" images show much bolder colors and vivid colors. The navy blue entirely turned gray, the light green turned a bit more darker green/gray, the darker green turned a bit blue, and the yellow looks peach now .
The black, fuchsia, and red are colors that stayed pretty much the same after being baked in the oven.
(If you want more info on how I baked them, check out the links above where I share what to do!)
After I washed the mugs, I put a dots of tacky glue on the mug and let them dry overnight. Then I sharpied over everything and pealed off the glue carefully. This left the dots where the glue dots had been.
Theyre not all uniformly lighted and such but I think its a cool collage. What do you think?
Would you try out Sharpie Mugs? What would create or write?