Coffee & DIY - 8 - Marbled Mugs - Sheologie
Sheologie is a movement of women who are rooted in God's Word and cultivated in contemporary culture. We crave an encounter with the living God that ignites a holy passion to transform our everything.
Sheologie, women, ministry, Calvary Church, Albuquerque, Lenya Heitzig
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Supplies

  1. Mugs
  2. Nail Polish
  3. Toothpicks
  4. Container

Instructions

Step 1: Fill your container halfway with hot water -the hotter the better! Once the nail polish touches the water, it will begin to set and heat will slow the process.

Step 2: With the nail polish bottle very close to the surface of the water, pour a drop or two drops of polish into the water. (Keeping the bottle close to the water’s surface with help the polish stay on top of the water. If you hold the bottle higher the drops will come down with more speed and sink. It’s science, or something.)

Step 3: Quickly use your toothpick to swirl the polish around in the water.

Step 4: Dip your mug in the water! The process is soooo fast once the polish touches the water so you’ll want to move quickly.

Step 5: Place your DIY mug on a paper towel to dry, top down.

Step 6 (optional): Use nail polish remover to take the excess polish off the bottom of the mug. Let dry over night before using.

Supplies

  1. Mugs
  2. Nail Polish
  3. Toothpicks
  4. Container

Instructions

Step 1: Fill your container halfway with hot water -the hotter the better! Once the nail polish touches the water, it will begin to set and heat will slow the process.

Step 2: With the nail polish bottle very close to the surface of the water, pour a drop or two drops of polish into the water. (Keeping the bottle close to the water’s surface with help the polish stay on top of the water. If you hold the bottle higher the drops will come down with more speed and sink. It’s science, or something.)

Step 3: Quickly use your toothpick to swirl the polish around in the water.

Step 4: Dip your mug in the water! The process is soooo fast once the polish touches the water so you’ll want to move quickly.

Step 5: Place your DIY mug on a paper towel to dry, top down.

Step 6 (optional): Use nail polish remover to take the excess polish off the bottom of the mug. Let dry over night before using.