Easy Halloween Mugs!

2 Materials
10 Minutes
A super easy project and inexpensive too! Great for kids, girls night out, party favors, etc.

You'll need a mug - can be a re-purposed mug or a new one from Dollar Tree, Walmart, etc.

Use a sharpie to draw a face on your mug.

Put it in a cold oven.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Turn off the oven and let the mug cool completely in the oven.

Hand wash for best results.

We also made a ghost with a plain white mug. You can have a lot of fun with this project.

We packed some of these up and put them in pumpkin buckets and hot chocolate mix, pumpkin spice tea, and treats. We "Booed" the neighbors with them. We will probably make these at our kids Halloween party this year.

Update to my original post - I hosted a "Mom's Movie Morning". The ladies drank coffee, tea, or hot apple cider out of them while watching the movie. They also were one of the party favors they ladies took home.

This is the back to the mugs above.
Great any time of year - this winter you can make snowmen mugs.

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Suggested materials:
  • Mug
  • Sharpie
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