Fall is on its way, so prepare for the onslaught of “It’s Fall, Y’all” posts. As a Midwesterner, I always feel a little left out by these cute photos and graphics. Where I live, no one says “y’all,” we say “you guys” or occasionally “youse guys.” If you are also feeling disenfranchised by your lack of representation in the “It’s Fall” community, I have a silly project for you. I made my own set of “It’s Fall, You Guys” mugs because I am a snarky nuisance.
This whole week I am participating in a Fall Jars series with five other amazing bloggers. Each day we will each share a fall-themed mason jar crafts, and include links to each other’s projects as well.
This project is very similar to the painted mug gift I shared before Father’s Day, except this time around I freehanded the design instead of tracing it. I started by wiping my mason jar mugs down with rubbing alcohol.
Then I drew a simple fall design using my glass paint markers. These markers are dishwasher-safe if you cure them by allowing the project to air cure for approximately 8 hours then baking at 375°F for 40 minutes.
I made a matching set of mugs because hot apple cider is even better if you share it with a friend!
Even if you are a dyed in the wool Southerner, I hope you enjoyed this cheeky project. I am excited to use my new mugs for a Fall beverage soon.
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- mason jar mug
- glass paint markers in orange, purple, gold, and brown
- rubbing alcohol
Be sure to come back this week for more mason jar projects. In the meanwhile, check out the projects created by the other bloggers in this series!
Fall Mason Jar Banner – The Cottage Market
S’mores Gift in a Jar – The Country Chic Cottage
Halloween Cocktail Recipe – The Shabby Creek Cottage