See how to use tissue paper to transform a plain mug with a confetti design – a simple DIY! This post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #IDSimplyPure #CollectiveBias
Coffee is a part of my everyday. It’s how I start every morning and with three young, active children, it’s sometimes how I end every afternoon. For me, I like to keep my coffee simple.
When you enjoy coffee as much as I do, a good mug is just as important as the coffee inside. I had seen a tutorial tissue paper scraps to decoupage a mug. I have been wanting to try it in my own way for a while, so I decided to try the method to create a confetti look.
Decoupage Tissue Paper Confetti Mug
What You Need:
- Plain White Mugs
- Dishwasher Safe Modge Podge (Dishwasher Safe Gloss)
- Foam Brush
- Tissue Paper Confetti (You can also use this method with any shape of tissue paper, cut or torn, however you like.) I chose a tissue paper confetti that also had large gold glitter pieces.
- Clean your mug well to ensure there is no residue.
- Paint a thin layer of the modge podge onto the surface, a small area at a time.
- Add tissue paper where you want it and then paint over with the modge podge. Ensure a smooth, even covering.
Paint a final layer of ModPodge over the top.
Allow to Dry
Make sure the design is below the the area you will sip from.
What I love most about this method is that the possibilities are endless. This would look great with torn tissue paper scraps, creating a water color type effect or using different shapes, colors and patterns of tissue paper. I also made regular mugs and a travel mug for when I’m out and about.
Filling that mug with great coffee is the most important thing. International Delight Simply Pure is my go-to for the perfect cup of coffee every single time – the perfect everyday creamer.
Simply Pure doesn’t lose it’s flavor. You don’t have to use extra creamer to get great flavor. Made with real milk, cream and sugar – Simply Pure comes in three flavors, Vanilla, Caramel and Hazelnut. I like to keep a couple, sometimes all three, on hand so I can change up the flavor of my favorite coffee anytime.
I stock up whenever I am at Walmart – you can find them in the refrigerated section.
How do you enjoy your coffee? Visit this page for more ideas and inspiration!