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tradewinds
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Viking Mug

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Here is a viking mug I made for game nights, renaissance festivals, octoberfests, etc.
I bought the viking face model on Etsy.

* A series of 10 rings were cut, pinned and glued together to create the mug. The bottom ring has a lip to prevent the tumbler from sliding through.
* The mug handle resembles an ax. Two rings were notched, so that the ax handle could be glued in place.
* The viking face was cut and then glued to the front of the mug. I would have liked to have cut the face directly into the mug but my machine doesn't have the height to do so.
* I used the tumbler as an insert as it keeps your cold drinks cold and your hot drinks hot. I also like that it can be removed to be washed.
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tradewinds
Posts: 31
Joined: Wed Dec 16, 2015 6:41 pm
Location: St. Louis, Missouri

Re: Viking Mug

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Here's a picture of the rings:
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