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Coffee Mug Thank You Gift for Teacher

Help your student show appreciation for her favorite teacher with this fun and functional thank you gift.
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Supplies

Apple Barrel ® Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints - Princess Pink, 2 oz.
Item #21956E
Apple Barrel Multi-Surface Acrylic Paint makes your projects even more fun and easier. It provides the same results as the Original Apple Barrel paint with the added value of multi-surface coverage. Indoor/outdoor and dishwasher-safe. Great for tin, terracotta, paper mache, canvas, wood, plaster, rigid plastic, fabric, concrete, glass, and ceramics.

$1.39

Apple Barrel ® Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints - Wisteria, 2 oz.
Item #21977E
Apple Barrel Multi-Surface Acrylic Paint makes your projects even more fun and easier. It provides the same results as the Original Apple Barrel paint with the added value of multi-surface coverage. Indoor/outdoor and dishwasher-safe. Great for tin, terracotta, paper mache, canvas, wood, plaster, rigid plastic, fabric, concrete, glass, and ceramics.

$1.39

Apple Barrel ® Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints - Wild Grapes, 2 oz.
Item #21979E
Apple Barrel Multi-Surface Acrylic Paint makes your projects even more fun and easier. It provides the same results as the Original Apple Barrel paint with the added value of multi-surface coverage. Indoor/outdoor and dishwasher-safe. Great for tin, terracotta, paper mache, canvas, wood, plaster, rigid plastic, fabric, concrete, glass, and ceramics.

$1.39

Apple Barrel ® Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints - Black, 2 oz.
Item #21985E
Apple Barrel Multi-Surface Acrylic Paint makes your projects even more fun and easier. It provides the same results as the Original Apple Barrel paint with the added value of multi-surface coverage. Indoor/outdoor and dishwasher-safe. Great for tin, terracotta, paper mache, canvas, wood, plaster, rigid plastic, fabric, concrete, glass, and ceramics.

$1.39

FolkArt ® Peel & Stick Painting Stencils™ - Fun Alphabet
Item #30454
Painting with FolkArt Enamels couldn't be easier with new Peel & Stick Painting Stencils! Simply position stencil on glass or ceramic project surface, press in place and fill in pre-cut designs with paint! Stencils work great on curved or flat surfaces because of their special adhesive backing. Each stencil features several coordinating motifs. Stencils can be repositioned for up to 20 uses, and firmly adhere to project surface - preventing run-unders.

$5.29

Other Supplies
¾" Spouncer
¼" Spouncer
¼" Stencil brush
Green mug
Paper plate
Candy
Gift card

Instructions

  1. Use Peel & Stick letters to spell out name of your teacher. Remember to keep placement of letters and dots 1" below the rim of the mug. Stencil in the letters using Black. Remove Peel & Stick material immediately after stenciling to prevent a "skin" to form.
  2. Use the ¾" spouncer and the ¼" spouncer to create the large and small dots randomly placed around the name and rest of the mug with Wisteria, Princess Pink and Wild Grapes.
  3. Use the end of the stencil brush to create the Black dots and fill in as desired.
  4. Fill painted mug with candy and stand the gift card in the candy.
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