Hot drinks in the cold winter months are my favorite way to warm up.
Hot cocoa and hot tea are my go-to drinks when I come in from a blustery frigid day.
Let's make a hot cocoa mug cookie!
For this tutorial, refer to both the video and the photos below.
Outline and flood the base of the cup in your choice of glaze color. Set a timer for 3-3 1/2 hours so that you can emboss the partially dried glaze later on in the project.
Allow the base to dry at least 15 minutes before adding the outline and flood to make the handle.
Add a thin horizontal line to the top and bottom of the mug to add some dimension. (refer to the video for their placement) Outline and flood the "whipped cream" on the top of the mug with white glaze.
Allow the "whipped cream" to dry for at least 30 minutes, and then outline and flood layers to the top of the white base. (refer to video for their placement)
Once the layers have dried for at least 30 minutes, add some swirly white accent lines.