Rolling Out The Dough Gag Gift Coffee Mug

On days when you feel discouraged, use this gag gift coffee mug to give you inspiration. Photo editing software was used to turn this image of homemade pizza dough into a vision of rolling out dough while pursuing whatever dream you are working forward. All pursuits may not be lucrative, but the rewards will come in other ways.

 

Who Ate My Pie Mug By Julia Hanna

The who ate my pie mug by Julia Hanna is the perfect coffee cup for anyone who loves to enjoy a slice of blueberry pie with their java. The colored pencil illustration on this cup is based on a story that Hanna’s dad often recounts about someone eating his very last slice of blueberry pie, so she finally drew him a picture of a pie no one could ever take from him. Purchase this pietastic mug by clicking on the cup below.

The Tahitian Nights Mug

The San Bernardino Mountains Mug

The San Bernardino Mountains Mug mug
The San Bernardino Mountains Mug by Bearie23

This San Bernardino Mountains mug was decorated with a picture I took of the view of the Pinnacles. This might be a fun gift for anyone who has a penchant for visiting this part of Southern California.

Rim of the World Highway Mug

The Rim of the World Highway is one of the most scenic routes in Southern California, and you can enjoy its beauty with this mug.  This mugs was designed with a photograph I took in late November.

Art Inspired Shirts, Hats, And More

Here are a few more art inspired shirts, hats, and other items I sell over on Zazzle. These products are designed with my artwork and photography.

Tulip Spaghetti Strap Top Designed by Julia Hanna shirt
Tulip Spaghetti Strap Top Designed by Julia Hanna by Bearie23

Buster On The Deck T-Shirt by Julia Hanna shirt
Buster On The Deck T-Shirt by Julia Hanna by Bearie23

The San Bernardino Mountains T-Shirt shirt
The San Bernardino Mountains T-Shirt by Bearie23

The Pinnacles Stein

The Pinnacles Stein by Julia Hanna mug
The Pinnacles Stein by Julia Hanna by Bearie23

I designed this stein with a picture I drew of the Pinnacles up in the San Bernardino Mountains.