I am so excited about these tiny coffee mugs. Namely, because it's still Paper Week, and they look like clay. They even feel like clay. But they're a lot easier to put together than clay and they're addictive; I could just sit and make them all day.
I used parts of a paper bag for this one. A couple layers glued together for the bottom, which I pushed over a foil-covered end of a pen.
Then a long strip, a few layers deep, spun around the pen with a liberal application of glue (though not on the first go-'round, so it won't stick to the foil). You will get glue all over yourself. That is okay.
Then the handle, which is just a little glued roll.
I painted them crazy colors, because heaven only knows that I'm not interested until it's bright enough to give a rainbow unicorn eyestrain-related headaches. Once the glue dries, the mug goes stiff, but when you paint it you're basically getting it wet again, so do thin coats, and several, if you want a nice bright color. I then glossed them, inside and out.
I made them huge on purpose, because you can never have too much coffee/tea/beverages/whatever Poe drinks. Probably muddy water or something.