You can draw on your already fired and glazed mug ( I got mine from Target) and simply put it in the oven at 300 degrees for 35 minutes and wahla! The product says it's dishwasher safe, but to be on the safe side, I'd recommend hand washing.
The Pebeo pens were interesting to use. Can you see in the mustache how it kind of looks a bit textured? With just one layer of paint the color isn't as rich, so I wanted to do a second. Because I did the second layer before firing the first, the first layer seemed to scratch off a bit as I painted on top. Thus peeling off some of layer 1 and giving it that chunky look. Also, this stuff dries very quick, I ran into this "scratching" issue even on the first layer. I'm not sure how to completely avoid this issue but as I layered I tried to use light and heavy strokes. It worked okay.
One of the "accents" in Janines wedding is a fun Ampersand. You can see her incorporation here. Luckily I found the same font online and duplicated the design on one of the mugs. Not perfect, but it will serve it's purpose.
Here is the entire lineup.
To match the occasion I added little hearts on the handle.
For the gift setting I bought a few kitchen towels from her registry, made some tissue paper flowers, handmade card, and stuck them in a reusable basket.
I made a few others that you can see here. Have any of you ever used Pebeo pens? Did you have the same "scratching" issue I had?