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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Mocha Latte!

Or Coffee.. I prefer Latte's...

I made this for a really good friend of mine! Coffee Cat is the coffee house that she goes to, and I was talking to her the other day and she thought it would be cool to have a coffee mug with the logo on it. She was going to talk to the owner, who's a good friend of hers, to see if I may be able to sell them in her store! That would be awesome!

And here's a picture of it in "real" light.. to show the actual color of the mug!

Thanks to my friends at the Sure Cuts A Lot Yahoo group, for helping with turning a JPG into SVG!


loopylou said...

wow amanda, i love it. whata sweet idea, i really ned to try this etching cream xxxx

Anonymous said...

love it!!!

Tam said...

Did you use the normal glass etching cream on the mug? I've never tried to use it on anything but glass. Please share details!

Cathy said...

That is awesome! You are really loving that glass etching stuff!

Anonymous said...

Very cute!!

Shannon said...

I am wanting to put polka dots on a tea pot. Any ideas how I can use the cricut to make a polka dot template? and any suggestions on type of paint to use on a ceramic? thanks.

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