Monday, February 6, 2017

My Big Fat Adult Sippy Cup


My new sippy cup. Yes, it is in a PIP milk bottle.. Did you think I would NOT?

I paid $3.00 for my adult sippy cup and this purchase will save our environment on plastic bottle at a time. It will save me money when I am out shopping because I will not be temped to buy water or soda at the refrigerated magnet in front of every check out cashier, that says buy me, you are thirsty.

Can you say $1.89 for a soda OR a bottle of WATER? plus it fills the land fills. I once paid $3.00 for a bottle of water in a Garden park...

Wait! Did I hear you say you don't give a SIP? Hold ON... Here, hold my Sippy Cup! I GOT THIS..


PicMonkey has the ability to use a photo as a texture. Start with a white background, add photo as your own texture, then add same photo as your own overlay.. drag, slide, and play with it.

DORY I challenge you to using yourself as a texture ..
 My header was created with a black Facebook template, and one PIP photo used 3 times.

21 comments:

Mildred said...

I LOVE all of your edits! You amaze me!
Hope you have a great start to the week.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, your sippy cup is a great idea. I can not count how many water bottles I see thrown down on the ground and in the water at the parks I visit. Your edits are beautiful, well done. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

jandi said...

Yes, we can all do something small things make a difference. Hope your eye procedure went well.

Ann said...

I like your adult sippy cup. I have several yet I still get sucked in by those refrigerated magnets telling me I'm thirsty.

Madi and Mom said...

Beautiful header MS.
Sippy cup...made me think of the Lonestar song....Hugs Cecilia

Dory and the Mama said...

I have a collection of sippy cups..Partly to save the environment and mostly because I'm pretty klutzy and tend to knock over and spill things at random LOL.

Great sippy art!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I love adult sippy cups. I have several and we don't buy the plastic bottles anymore!

Ginny Hartzler said...

These sure are amazing! I don't know how you think of them, your brain is just so creative! And you even got Facebook involved! It is worth it, they are beautiful and quenching photos. Your water glass is gorgeous! WM?

SweetMarie said...

love your edits! I totally agree with your sippy cup and it's so pretty! we recycle. :)

Dory and the Mama said...

OMD...I totally missed the Challange!! Look for me to use it on my WW post this Wednesday!!

Now...time to play!!

https://carolann100-havealook.blogspot.ca/ said...

Oh so pretty.

Karen said...

I never used a computer until 1996. I didn't even know what a mouse or a cursor were. You are one talented woman!

Mevely317 said...

Not only do I love my adult sippy cups ... but I enjoy referring to them that way and watching the expressions on my (much) younger coworkers' faces. Sometimes I think the young people think we evolved from under a rock! (If they only knew ....)

Great edits!

photowannabe said...

Love your sippy cup. So fun.
When I do use plastic I do recycle it.
Great edits too.

Felicia said...

cool sippy cup. I use powerade bottles again and again.

Rose said...

We have these thermoses...one has a straw and the other you have to tip it...but boy, are they nice. The water stays cold and the ice will last quite a while, even if left sitting in the car.

Ruth Hiebert said...

I almost always have a reusable water bottle at my side.I really hate the idea of buying bottled water, although I will do it sometimes.I'm enjoying your creative edits.

Cranberry Morning said...

Incredible edits! and good for you for not picking up a styrofoam cup every time you're thirsty. So you don't have a collection of Little Buddy, Big Buddy, Biggest Buddy, and The Hulk (or whatever it is) styrofoam drink cups from our local convenience store. Neither do I, actually, but I know someone who was collecting them for a while. Now I think he's convinced that all that isn't good for a person anyway.

pattisjarrett said...

Nice work! The header is lovely. I've been using my Tervis cup a lot more--for the same reason--it keeps me from buying something else if I have it in the car. I like to have it on my nightstand, too, to take my early med, and I don't have to wonder if a stray insect landed in my water overnight.

Linda said...

I always like to linger when I see your rooms. Such a clean kitchen devoid of excess debris!! Look at all that counter space!! Man, Louis Dean would love baking in your kitchen! You wouldn't like it, though!!

Pam Jackson said...

Great idea for a post....I think thanks to you I shall do a post on my new sippy cup! Thanks for the idea. By the way, I am a fellow photographer also.