To say we are Frozen-obsessed in this household is a bit of an understatement. And confession: it’s more of a “me” than a “we.”
You know you have a problem when you use your precious, child-free car time to belt out Frozen tunes at the top of your lungs. And you don’t care who sees.
It’s bad, folks.
I had the idea for this project when I was making this mug for Modern Parents Messy Kids. Super cute, right? And once I saw how easy it was to make, I knew I wanted a Frozen mug all for myself.
A few notes: while using a regular Sharpie worked just fine for me last time, I had several people say it came right off in their dishwasher. So, I decided to investigate another method recommended by readers.
I used a regular white ceramic mug, and Oil-based Sharpies (in black and orange).
Make sure you wash your mug thoroughly before beginning.
Just use a regular pencil for “mapping” your words and Olaf drawing (if you choose to do one). The pencil will come right off with water, later on.
Once you are satisfied with your word placement, then it’s time to trace with the Sharpie.
Here’s a hint: keep a bottle of nail polish remover handy, along with a few q-tips. And if you mess up along the way, you can erase and keep going. I did that a few times and it worked like a charm.
Then once you are done drawing, it’s time to bake. Simply put in the oven (350 degrees) for 30 minutes, let it cool, and you are done.
New. Favorite. Coffee mug.
Just seeing his little face makes every morning brighter.
I heart you, Olaf.