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Old 02-12-2008, 05:26 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried to use stampin' materials for the Starbucks coffee cups that you can insert the collage? I bought one last week and had the idea to stamp it up....but was wondering how well it would work and what it would look like.

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Old 02-13-2008, 07:00 AM   #2
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What template? I need more info. I'm a Starbucks fanatic! I wanna do this. PLEAZE!
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Has anyone tried to use stampin' materials for the Starbucks coffee cups that you can insert the collage? I bought one last week and had the idea to stamp it up....but was wondering how well it would work and what it would look like.

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I came across this one from Lauren Meader. http://laurenm.blogs.splitcoaststamp...ers-challenge/

Hope that helps.
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I use the template that comes with the mug and trace it onto DSP, stamp and re-insert. I did find however, that the newer ones, don't leave much room for embellishments. The templates fit tighter, so don't go crazy with dimensional things.
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I did a digi scrapbook page with all my scrappin' friends shopping at Archivers, printed it out and traced the template on it and inserted it into the cup and have used it almost every days since Christmas 2006. Never had any probs with leaks or damage to my photos. I love it and get lots of comments on it all the time. Mine is the old style cup. I gave them as gifts to my scrappin' friends but I don't think they ever did anything with theres
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Old 02-14-2008, 03:28 AM   #6
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I have two Starbucks mugs from last year which I want to add inserts with photos of my kids as a gift for my parents.

What type of paper did you print the photos on? I was debating between photo paper and SU whisper white CS.

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I also used the insert that comes in the mug. I used DSP and one layer and it was very tight getting it back in the mug. I doubt you could use any flowers or brads or any thick embellishments.

These were gifts. Now I need to go get one for me!
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I used the paper it came with as the template. With no layers the CS (creamy caramel with the retired latte set stamped on it - some dazzling diamonds) slipped in easily. It came out so great that my sister's fiance "borrowed" it permanently!
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Hi everyone. I am not sure if you've found what your looking for, but after talking with a friend the other day, she told me about a designer here in town who does do this type of work professionally. She gave me the website address, and it looks like she can be contacted there. My friend told me she does custom design of whatever you'd like.

sandboxphotography.ca

I hope that helps.
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is there special handling required for washing?
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Old 09-02-2009, 11:12 AM   #11
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Hi gailwoo. I looked at my friends mug and once the design is in the mug, it is sealed. She washes hers in the sink by hand, and hasn't had a problem.

After looking at hers, I think I am going to get one of my own.

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