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And yet another friend who knows we love Disney bought this mug for me just because she knows how much I love Cinderella.
Our collection of Disney mugs goes on and on. This one was a gift to Ray from a neighbor.
And a Minnie mug for me from the same wonderful neighbor.
Of course, we’ve collected a few Disney mugs on our own, too.
When Ray and I owned our home business, one of the things we made was ceramic decals.  We were hired by a lot of clients to make decals for them to fire onto coffee mugs, or to make the mugs for them, too.  Here are some examples of things we did.
These were personalized graduation cups for a local high school choir.
This was a decal that was printed and fired on the mug by us.  Some of the detail was hand-painted into the design.  The mugs were used by one of the squadrons at the local Air Force Base where we lived.
Because we lived in the west, western designs were always in demand. 
We made an acquaintance with an older gentleman who was a part of a state-wide gold prospecting group.  He ordered these coffee mugs to sell along with some of his prospecting equipment when he went to gold shows and fairs.
Here are a few more examples of coffee mugs we were commissioned to  make for various groups. 
We liked the ceramic decal printing business so much that we decided to ,make some of our own artwork and make cups for ourselves.  Each of these was designed by us.  The photo with the group of three cups is what we called our scripture mug.  We added different Bible verses on the back that were favorites of ours.  The Heavenly Artworks mug with the color was airbrushed and then fired onto the cup.  The blue and white mugs were designed so that people could order their favorite verse and have their name on the opposite side.  Many people used them to give as Christmas gifts for friends and family members.
One really favorite idea that we did was to have people submit designs their child had drawn, convert the design to a decal and fire it onto a cup.  We had several Scout troops do this as gifts for Father’s Day or Christmas.  That way a parent had a keepsake that would last for years.
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Mugs and printed decals

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This was a decal that was printed and fired on the mug by us.  Some of the detail was hand-painted into the design.  The mugs were used by one of the squadrons at the local Air Force Base where we lived.
Here are a few more examples of coffee mugs we were commissioned to  make for various groups. 
When Ray and I owned our home business, one of the things we made was ceramic decals.  We were hired by a lot of clients to make decals for them to fire onto coffee mugs, or to make the mugs for them, too.  Here are some examples of things we did.
Our neighbor knows we love everything Disney, and also knows I collect cups, so this was a gift from her.
And yet another friend who knows we love Disney bought this mug for me just because she knows how much I love Cinderella.
Our collection of Disney mugs goes on and on.  This one was a gift to Ray from a neighbor.
And a Minnie mug for me from the same wonderful neighbor.
Of course, we’ve collected a few Disney mugs on our own, too.
These were personalized graduation cups for a local high school choir given to them by their choir director.
We liked the ceramic decal printing business so much that we decided to ,make some of our own artwork and make cups for ourselves.  Each of these was designed by us.  The photo with the group of three cups is what we called our scripture mug.  We added different Bible verses on the back that were favorites of ours.  The Heavenly Artworks mug with the color was airbrushed and then fired onto the cup.  The blue and white mugs were designed so that people could order their favorite verse and have their name on the opposite side.  Many people used them to give as Christmas gifts for friends and family members.
One really favorite idea that we did was to have people submit designs their child had drawn, convert the design to a decal and fire it onto a cup.  We had several Scout troops do this as gifts for Father’s Day or Christmas.  That way a parent had a keepsake that would last for years.
Years ago, Nescafe coffee gave away these coffee mugs with the purchase of their instant coffee. I couldn’t resist getting a set, and have hardly ever used them.
Because we lived in the west, western designs were always in demand.
We made an acquaintance with an older gentleman who was a part of a state-wide gold prospecting group.  He ordered these coffee mugs to sell along with some of his prospecting equipment when he went to gold shows and fairs.