Your special message – coffee paper cup designs Christmas special

Here are some of my coffee paper cup designs for Christmas with special messages from people. I hope you like them. Merry Christmas.

1) To Oudvin Cassell

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2) To Shiyi Ch’ng

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3) To C@ aka. Cat

cups big

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4) To C@ aka. Cat (again)

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5) To Pamela Wong

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And finally, this cup is for my dear bloggers, especially to those who have supported me. I just want to say a big THANK YOU. cups stars

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Your special message – coffee paper cup designs

Christmas is the time for friends, families, and loved ones to come together. It is the time of year to spread love, joy, and happiness. Inspired by The-Rush-Hour-Crush from The Metro newspaper (UK), I will be doing some special message coffee paper cup designs, and I want you guys out there to be involved. If you have a special message you want to tell someone, or you just have something nice and lovable to share to people, then tell me. Please keep the message short. And then I will put that message onto the coffee paper cups along with my own designs on them. Please note that if I do receive a lot of messages, I can only randomly select a few. In the end, I will display the chosen messages on the coffee paper cups on my blog, Facebook page, and Twitter by Christmas Day. Just leave your special message below, and let me know if you do not want your name/blog/Twitter/Facebook name to be mentioned. Otherwise, contact me via ‘Contact’ on my blog. So come on and get involved.

Flowers – coffee paper cup designs

The concept behind the coffee paper cup designs started when I was back at university. We had to do a project about a famous street in East London known as Brick Lane. The street is filled with Indian restaurants and shops. Our task was to filled a sketchbook of drawings and take photographs of the street. After that, we had to put together the drawings and photographs and create coffee paper cups designs to represent the ‘flavour’ of Brick Lane. We even got to name the drinks. I loved that project, which is why I sometimes like to design my own coffee paper cup designs.