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Personalized Coffee Mugs

Posted by luckyLaLa (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 28, 05 at 12:47

Does anyone know how to make personalized coffee mugs with pictures and sayings on them? For example: I would like to make a couple with my children's pictures on them to give as presents for Christmas. I would also like to make a few to sell at various craft fairs. I have been searching the Internet, but do not see anything. Many Thanks!

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RE: Personalized Coffee Mugs

In Google, I entered photo mug and several site are listed.

RE: Personalized Coffee Mugs

Here's a site that might be of interest to you. Hope it helps.


Here is a link that might be useful: mugs

RE: Personalized Coffee Mugs

luckyLaLa, I think I answered your question on another forum,but here are some instructions for making a personalized mug, water slip decal mugs.
I bought my water slip decal paper on Ebay and followed instructions similar to the ones at this site. I used a clear acrylic spray on the decal after printing and then again on the mug after applying the decal. It's very important to let the decal dry thoroughly on the mug before spraying.

RE: Personalized Coffee Mugs

Try Walmart? You can upload a picture to their website and they'll make one for you. Just check their gifts link in their photo finishing part.

RE: Personalized Coffee Mugs

I just ordered a couple as Christmas gifts from Sony Imagestation website. They're on sale at 30% off - a white mug is $9.09 and a black mug is $10.49. You can upload photos and select a layout that has anywhere from one to ten different photos. And you can also add personalized text. I figure $10 is a great deal on a personalized gift.

Plus, they have free shipping going on if you order before midnight tonight (12/3/05). Good luck!

RE: Personalized Coffee Mugs

I have to add one more comment, knowing this is an old question.

I decided that this would make a great Chrismtas gift. So I uploaded a picture of the two kids we are raising and had Walmart put the picture on a simple white mug. They gave it to their grandmother for Christmas. She said it was the best gift she's ever been given. It turned out perfectly, and I felt the price was right too.

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