Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial
Collage Clay, DIY, Mod Podge, Mug Decoration, Recycling, Tutorial

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

Are you an angry dishwasher? Or do you have toddlers & kids at home? You might think what irrelevant questions I am asking here but basically these two are the BIG reasons behind broken-chipped crockery in your kitchen! haha. Seriously! Well, I am blessed with two little nieces who are used to play with crockery whenever they found it in their reach. They are growing fast MashaAllah :) So now kitchen crockery is sometimes in danger!

My little niece shot another coffee mug but that was chipped only. You know what I did? I simply grab the chipped mug when her Mom was going to throw it in the trash basket, I decorated it with Mod Podge Collage Clay & some mirrors which usually used for embroidery & decorative purpose. And then I have returned the mug to her. Now she is happily having this mug as her make up brushes holder :)

Would you like to see how I have decorated this chipped mug? Have a look here!

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

Isn’t it a good idea to reuse & recycle chipped crockery? I really found it interesting. It’s so easy yet fun!

You will only need a few craft supplies for this decorated mug container. See below;

Supplies you will need :

Mod Podge Collage Clay

Decorative Embroidery round Mirrors 3 different sizes.

Beads lace.

Spatula for applying .

And definitely a mug or container.

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

As it was a plain cream white mug, So this white collage clay is a perfect match. I have pink collage clay too. I forgot to put the beads lace here in the image above. It was a faux silver beads lace.

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

1- First I apply the collage clay on the mug directly from the bag, There are 3 different nozzles shapes but as I were going to try this plain, So I used it without nozzle. (On the other hand it’s not much fun cleaning the nozzles after crafting, hehe)

2- Then spread it on the mug smoothly with rubber spatula.

3- Start fixing mirrors on the mug before it gets dry.

4- Fix the beads lace at sides, I tried to hide the chipped spot of the mug & yeah, its no more visible now!

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

Mug with Collage Clay-Tutorial

Let it dry overnight. Or at least for 10 hours, & it is done! While capturing this click, I found trouble as the mirrors were reflecting with a cracked glimpse of me in these.. Hahaha! Anyways.. Don’t stalk & have a look at the mug! It’s ready now :)

Now you can put your make up brushes inside, or markers, paint brushes, pencils etc. You can also fill this kinda decorated mug with candies & chocolates for gifting your friends. Isn’t it a good idea?

Mug Decorated with Mirrors and Collage Clay-Tutorial

Mug Decorated with Collage Clay-Tutorial

Before & after version..

Here did you notice any blunder?Actually collage clay is not perfectly pasted, It’s a bit thick at the middle of the mug, that’s why the mug shape is a bit different. So if you are going to make this, be sure to keep this in your mind otherwise a disturbed shape might ruin your project look.

Do you remember a few months back I made a flower vase with collage clay & pistachios? Tutorial Here

I enjoyed crafting with collage clay! So many possibilities & so many ideas. I am having another collage clay craft project images in my camera, Will upload on the blog later. I hope you will like that one too :)

You can enjoy my other projects with Collage Clay HERE

I wrote my previous article after a few hours of earthquake. Indeed it was terrible experience. I started getting emails & messages at my social media from online & blogger friends from all over the world, So I thought to update my blog & tell others about safety of me & my family. Alhamdulillah everything is normal now. Death toll increased around 350 & much destruction specially in one province of Pakistan. They truly need prayers as weather is getting cold & effected areas are in more trouble because of snow falling & landsliding. Keep those helpless people in your prayers!

I am really blessed to be a blogger! For me.. Blogging is not just a hobby & leisure thing, I learned a lot via blogging, I have amazing friends from all over the world now. I was surprised to see my email inbox at the next day of earthquake, There were many emails in different languages, I never knew I have readers in these countries from where I were getting wishful messages. They were asking about Me & my family/relatives if anyone is in Earthquake effected areas of Pakistan!

Thank you so much for your prayers & well wishes. You sweet ladies are simply amazing. Keep reading my blog. So nice of you all readers/bloggers/followers & specially silent admirers! May God Almighty bless you all :)

Thank you!

Khadija

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27 Comments

  • Reply Jill November 8, 2015 at 7:56 pm

    Hi there
    Just stopped by to let you know that I featured this on my Round Tuit post this week!
    Thanks again for linking up! Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind November 9, 2015 at 8:19 am

      Hi Jill, my pleasure to be featured at your beautiful blog! Thank you so much :)

  • Reply Ntina November 9, 2015 at 9:53 am

    This is so original and beautiful! I’m happy I found your blog, I really like your style!

  • Reply Mary-the boondocks blog November 9, 2015 at 8:13 pm

    Very glam cup you have made Khadija! I love all of the bling on there. It would make a really nice holiday gift as well.

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind November 10, 2015 at 11:14 am

      I am glad to know you enjoyed my tutorial. I hope you will try soon :) Thank you.

  • Reply sue November 10, 2015 at 2:05 am

    What a great idea! Especially with Christmas around the corner. I love your photo guides and you make it look quite easy. Thanks for sharing with us at #AnythingGoes.

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind November 10, 2015 at 11:15 am

      Thanks Sue for enjoying the article with steps. I like sharing easy ideas related reuse & recycling!

  • Reply Something Crunchy Mummy November 13, 2015 at 7:36 pm

    What a fab idea! Thanks for linking up to #justanotherlinky xx

  • Reply Carrie November 22, 2015 at 3:59 pm

    So beautiful!! Thank you for sharing at Crafty Weekends!! I am featuring this one this week!!

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