It's the last day before I go back to work...it's been a lovely break and I've gotten a lot done, though not as much as I'd hoped. I'm working on a new ami but it's a gift for a friend so I can't post that yet...so here's a quick little project I did today in about 10 minutes.
Take one of those travel mugs that you can insert your own picture in. Mine was a cast-off that had a dorky photo of a raven in it (sorry mom). Unscrew the bottom of the mug and slide out the picture.
Pick some fabric. I had a funky 60's dress that I picked up at a thrift store with the plan to shorten it to a minidress anyway, so no harm in cutting a chunk off of the bottom.
Iron fusible interfacing to the wrong side of the fabric, to make it stiffer and thus easier to slide into the mug.
Trace the shape of the plastic template provided, or the paper that was in there to begin with.
Cut out the shape with nice sharp scissors (which reminds me I really need to find a scissors sharpening place, you could ride to China on all of mine)
Slip the fabric into the mug, screw the bottom back on, and enjoy your new fab-tastic travel mug!