I think the cannabis plant is beautiful, so beautiful in fact that I just want cannabis covered everything!
If you're reading this then you must agree so let's cover our world in cannabis, starting with our coffee travel mug!
I've created what is truly the dankest coffee mug EVER!
With only a few supplies and a few minuets of your time you can craft one too!
Are you ready to learn? Let's go through the steps.
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YOU WILL NEED:
A "Make Your Own" or "Picture" coffee tumbler such as the PixMug below. You can find them on Amazon for $10 to $15
After you have your mug you will also need:
- A large image of the cannabis plant from a magazine or printed off from the internet
- Pen or Pencil
Your mug is either going to open up from the top or bottom, in my case the bottom. It's super easy to disassemble the tumbler, just unscrew it.
Your mug will have come with a paper template to help you make the shape that will fit inside the mug, locate that piece of paper.
Find your reefer image! Any cannabis magazine should have a good image for you to use in your mug. I used the center fold from a High Time's Magazine, a beautiful image of the "Northern Lights" cannabis strain
If you don't have a cannabis magazine then print off an image from the internet
Place your template on top of your image and trace around it with a pen
Make sure you're able to see the line, it'll show you where to cut.. so that's kinda important.
Cut all along the line
Now you need to slip your perfectly sized paper into the cup. Loosely roll your piece of paper up so it's about the diameter of your coffee mug (be careful not to crinkle it) then slide it into your coffee tumbler.
Screw the tumbler back together
Fill with coffee, spark a joint and enjoy
Once you're done your coffee don't put your dank new mug in the dishwasher. Give it a good old hand wash instead.
Thanks for joining me today for this chronic crafting tutorial.
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