DIY Marble Mugs {Easy Gift Idea}

4 Materials
15 Minutes

Super easy and budget-friendly gift ideas for your family and friends  Who says crafts are for kids?! You'll probably enjoy making these DIY Marble Mugs as much as your kiddos.

Video Tutorial For DIY Marble Mugs

You'll find some helpful tips and tricks on this video.

Gather All Your Supplies

Here's one fun way to use up some of your nail polish.

Supplies Needed:

Enjoy The Process

The color combinations are endless. I choose white mugs to allow my colors to take center stage.

Because Every Girl Loves A Classic Black & White Design

Since I have a black and white farmhouse kitchen I opted for mugs that are more muted.

The colorful mugs will be used for gifts

Check Out The Finish Mugs

Not only was this a budget-friendly and fun project they also make great gifts for friends and family.

You can use this marbling technique on any ceramic, glass or painted surface.

Don't forget to allow for drying time before applying your Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge.

Please note it's recommended for top rack dishwasher use only.

Happy Crafting

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  • Lady Jane Lady Jane on Sep 29, 2021

    I didn't see where you said how this was done.

  • Mary Mary on Sep 29, 2021

    Yes I will make them but I didn't see where it tell you how much water or nail polish. Could you please tell us. Thanks

  • Lisa Kaley Kwolek Lisa Kaley Kwolek on Oct 05, 2021

    The video was very helpful and well done, but never saw the mod podge being used. I saw someone else asked when you used you it and the response was where to purchase it. Do you apply the mod podge first or after dipping? Thanks, I really like this project


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