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DIY ~ Dia de Los Muertos Mugs

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Dia de Los Muertos is fast approaching and I wanted to share an activity I did with the kids.  I found this gem on Pinterest and knew it would be perfect for hot chocolate.  Few supplies are needed which is always a plus.  I picked up a few coffee mugs at our local dollar store, handed the kiddos a few sharpies and we were on our way!

I did try to print, cut and transfer a skull stencil to the mug, but found it difficult to maneuver. Free hand was the best option. The kids had a blast and I had colorful new coffee mugs to enjoy with my morning coffee.

Gotta love that!!

 

I went with 80′s glam sharpie markers…. the color were FUN~~

A thick steamy cup of Mexican Hot Chocolate…. they look amazing, give them a try!

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16 Responses to DIY ~ Dia de Los Muertos Mugs

  1. Cute and a very fun DIY project with the kids!
    Kiran @ KiranTarun.com recently posted..Apples & Cardamom Tea CakesMy Profile

  2. [...] week my girls made Dia de Los Muertos mugs and this week I share one of our favorite Mexican hot chocolate recipes. The recipe is super easy [...]

  3. I just love this holiday! Ever since we studied this holiday in school, it has always been one of my favorites. And this is a perfect project to celebrate!
    ASHLEA recently posted..bun(s) in the oven.My Profile

  4. These mugs are too darn cute! I love this idea! I can’t wait to make these with my kiddies. :)
    Leslie @ La Cocina de Leslie recently posted..Apple-Cinnamon Arroz con LecheMy Profile

  5. Even though my heritage is not Hispanic, I adore Dia de los muertos! Growing up, my friends celebrated it and I fell in love with the holiday! Halloween is just a little too bland when compared with Dia de los muertos!

    I can’t wait to see what other foods you cook up this time of year! I’ll be cooking along with you :)
    DessertForTwo recently posted..Banana Cream CookiesMy Profile

  6. that is sooo cool. i must do this with my son!

  7. I’ve been wanting to do my own mugs with sharpies… I have a tea one and I love it. Need one for coffee!
    Bren @ Flanboyant Eats™ recently posted..#FlanFridays: Rum Raisin Ft. Zacapa Gran ReservaMy Profile

  8. What a fun idea! I’m going to have to pass this idea to a friend who works at a children’s museum. These would be a great thing for the art department to do!
    mjskit recently posted..Pear Apple Cobbler – A Twist on an Old FavoriteMy Profile

  9. Very cool!
    Paz recently posted..Black and White Wednesday: PineapplesMy Profile

  10. What a great idea!!! I would love to do that!

  11. I love this I think the kids and I can totally make these thanks so much for sharing amiga!

  12. Yum! What a great looking mug of chocolate!
    yummychunklet recently posted..ffwD: Apple Tartes FinesMy Profile

  13. I love this!!! What a great idea and a fun way to get kids engaged (while scoring new coffee mugs)!
    Pamela (@SenoritaVino recently posted..Oregon Wine Country, Part 2: Latinos and vinoMy Profile

  14. I love the idea!! what a cute activity to do with the kids and it works not only for Halloween, also for having fun in winter. nice! thanks !

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  16. A great idea!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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