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prairies on petals - food and photography: Sesame seed crunch

prairies on petals - food and photography: Sesame seed crunch

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Different way to wear a scarf - Never knew about this style of tying a scarf.

Different way to wear a scarf - Never knew about this style of tying a scarf.

20 delicious soups for fall!

20 delicious soups for fall!

Save some money by making gifts that’ll do you proud.

Save some money by making gifts that’ll do you proud.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/113265926/fly-high-penguin-mug-cup

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/113265926/fly-high-penguin-mug-cup

Inspired by Spring: Easy DIY Tea Cup Planter Party Favors » Curbly | DIY Design Community

Inspired by Spring: Easy DIY Tea Cup Planter Party Favors » Curbly | DIY Design Community

Giraffe, hand painted white porcelain mug by PaintMyName. Try this with the Porcelaine 150 markers: http://en.pebeo.com/Creative-leisure/Decorate-surfaces/Porcelaine-150

Giraffe, hand painted white porcelain mug by PaintMyName. Try this with the Porcelaine 150 markers: http://en.pebeo.com/Creative-leisure/Decorate-surfaces/Porcelaine-150

Weekend DIY Project: Decorate a Mug or Cup -- Bake the mug in the oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Let it cool completely before using or washing it. When you wash the mug, hand-wash it gently instead of throwing it in the dishwasher, as a machine washer may ruin the design.

Weekend DIY Project: Decorate a Mug or Cup -- Bake the mug in the oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Let it cool completely before using or washing it. When you wash the mug, hand-wash it gently instead of throwing it in the dishwasher, as a machine washer may ruin the design.

I used a black contour marker for glass and porcelain. The tip is 1-2 mm thick and the color is very opaque. The hard part is to be steady at hand, but like I mentioned earlier, I actually prefer when it looks handmade. Let your decorated porcelain dry for 4 hours and then be cured in the kitchen oven at 160°C for 90 minutes, to be dishwasher safe. Do you remember the bowls I painted last winter? They still look as nice! :)

I used a black contour marker for glass and porcelain. The tip is 1-2 mm thick and the color is very opaque. The hard part is to be steady at hand, but like I mentioned earlier, I actually prefer when it looks handmade. Let your decorated porcelain dry for 4 hours and then be cured in the kitchen oven at 160°C for 90 minutes, to be dishwasher safe. Do you remember the bowls I painted last winter? They still look as nice! :)