PixMug is another great photo gift available from Jaymo. Jaymo is a subdivision of Cottage Mills.
PixMug is sold by Jaymo.co which is a division of the Cottage Mills company. Cottage Mills was started in 1991 by Paul Foght with a focus on the craft and scrapbooking markets. His son Jay was his first employee although he later left the start-up to become a Product Manager creating craft products for Fiskars and Uniek. In 2010 Jaymo, the new photo gift division was created to further broaden Cottage Mills’ scope into new sales opportunities.
[tweetthis]@jaymoco makes it easy to create your own travel mug with their #pixmug.[/tweetthis]
I love travel mugs and my pixmug one is my favorite.
I always have a drink near me because I suffer from cotton mouth from my medications. I also go out to the library or coffee shop to work just to get out of the house.
Pixmug is the second product I’ve reviewed from Jaymco. The first was the pixpen. I received my mug with a picture of my husband and I. The picture was taken when we first started dating and we only have a few pictures of us together.
Holds single image up to 6″x9″ or two 4″x6″ photos.
You can design your pictures for the pixmug using their website for designing photos for all of their personalized products.
The mug is a 14oz travel mug with a flip top lid. It’s designed to fit into cup holders easily. It easily fits into the mess pocket of my laptop backpack. This is FDA approved plastic and BPA free. You should hand wash only and do not put into the microwave. It’s easy to wash but you should not fully submerge it into water. If you do, moisture can get between the layers and ruin the picture part of the mug.
I am in love with all of my personalized products from Jaymo.co.
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