Easy Coffee Mug Sweater
I am an avid tea drinker. I wake up, head downstairs and grab myself a large cup of black tea before tackling my day. Since I don’t really care for plastic cups, I have a lot of the heavier ceramic cups but they can be too hot to hold at times. That’s why I decided to make these easy coffee mug sweaters.
They are cheap, easy and work perfectly! Plus, they make a really cute gift idea for the coffee or tea lover in your life. The possibilities are endless with this DIY idea.
- 1 piece of felt
- felt glue
- velcro dots
- your favorite coffee cup
First, you will want to cut your felt into a strip to the width you desire for your cup. I like mine to be right around 3-4 inches. You can always measure if you are unsure.
Cut a design on the bottom of the felt. You can do half circles or triangles, use your imagination. Or, you can leave it as is. It’s completely up to you!
When you are happy with your cut, fit it around your coffee cup and be sure to find out how and where it lays. Cut off any excess felt as needed. Then place two Velcro dots on the one side of the felt. Then on the opposite side of the other side of the felt, place the other velcro dots. Make sure they can match and connect.
Now add two dots of your felt glue to the opposite side of the felt. You could also use velcro is you wanted. Press firmly and let dry for at least an hour or depending on what your glue bottle says.
Once your felt is completely dry, glue on your button. Make it fun and get creative.
Once it’s dried. Place it on your coffee cup and enjoy.
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[…] I am an avid tea drinker. I wake up, head downstairs and grab myself a large cup of black tea before tackling my day. Since I don’t really care for plastic cups, I have a lot of the heavier ceramic cups but they can be too hot to hold at times. That’s why I decided to make these easy coffee mug sweaters. […]