We were so excited when we found this Nail Polish Coffee Mugs DIY and you will be too. They will brighten up your kitchen no end.
They make wonderful, inexpensive gifts for family and friends and they won’t believe that you made them yourself.
Nail Polish Swirl Coffee Mugs Video
Audra from The Kurtz Corner has created a video. The tutorial only runs for a couple of minutes.
She shows you just how easy they are to make. All you need are some white coffee mugs, nail polish and a container to dip them in. Click Play above to watch Audra now ^
The Nail Polish sits on the top of the water and you swirl it around with the toothpick to create the pattern that you love. As Audra said, the best thing is that no two designs are the same.
Just look at the amazing results that have been achieved and we love the color combination of hot and pastel pink that has been used. There is a video demonstration too on Darby Smart.
Find the project details here
Another idea that we had to throw open to you is water marbling some plain planters. We love this look and they work well for succulents as featured above.
The project can be found on Madame Citron
Nail Polish Marbled Tea Set
DIY Marmorearade has taken their efforts to the next level and created this beautiful Nail Polish Marbled Tea Set.
Nothing is off limits, you can include milk jugs and sugar bowls, whatever you like. You can even make decorative plates to hang or display. You are limited only by your imagination.
Cyd Converse at The Sweetest Occasion also has achieved stunning results. This was one of the most popular projects on her website and it’s easy to see why.
We love the vibrant colors that she has obtained from this process. You can find more about her project here
Robin Clement from Babble has chosen more dramatic nail polish tones for her project and the result is just as beautiful.
You can see that different colors will produce different results and effects. You can also personalize them for friends so that they match in with their decor.
On the I Spy DIY site, they have created watercolor mugs using tissue paper. This version is made by using dishwasher safe Mod Podge and tearing small pieces of tissue paper.
This creates patterns. You then reapply Mod Podge over the top. You can find details of the project here.