Crazy new Cup Ideas

I was just messing around with ideas for a  tall 15 oz mug and a few 11 oz mugs as well… what do you think, is it worth doing?  These might end up costing way too much to resell unfortunately unless there is a bulk option.  These I came up with over at Shutterfly where I do a lot of my books and my calendars.  In any case I had fun playing with combinations, whether I actually make any or not!  In most cases there are 3-4 images for the same cup, different angles, and as you can see I wasted way too much time today on a project that is a total offshoot from what I “should” be doing.  I am like that sometimes, so easily sidetracked, especially by a new creative idea.  I am also working on more magnet ideas, but those will be a later post.

If you just want to glance at  a few of these and get on to the information about that huge sale I have been talking about, you can find that post here  

Or perhaps you wanted to see my best galleries to look for a print for someone… This is the link for my photo galleries.  It is also in the sidebar menu to your right

and now on to the crazy cup ideas!










And one last image that is also my poster for the current sale!

This poster is about the same sale linked to at the top of the post

This poster is about the same sale linked to at the top of the post


4 thoughts on “Crazy new Cup Ideas

  1. photos135 says:

    Darlisa, your creativity knows no bounds. This is a tremendous idea – perfect as gifts. Have you tried “Zazzle” or cafepress yet? They sell items with prints on them. Anyway, good luck to you – I hope this takes off well for you. I’m sure it will.


    • Thank you!~!! I do have zazzle and cafepress,and even walgreens accounts, so I will do some more research. These are some of the best quality I have seen yet and that always attracts me, like the metal prints! Sigh, good taste and low income seldom match up


  2. These are very cool but you might want to check first to see if you have permission to use the image of that church. Usually some sort of release is required for a known piece of architecture.


    • Thanks for that pointer Rebecca! That is a really good point. That is something along the lines of a big discussion going on (Facebook) about the laws getting pushed through about taking photos in national forests and such (commercial use) Have you been following all that?


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