Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Going DIY

Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Going DIY
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This year's Starbucks holiday cup gives customers the chance to add their own creativity to it

Zack Palm
  • 8 november 2017

There’s no better time for the holidays to start than the day after Halloween. Since 1997, Starbucks has released a festive cup to usher in the new season, and this year proves no different. However, this year the coffee chain wants customers to add their own creativity to their order with a cups that invites people to fill in the blanks.

This cup features winter illustrations, including a Christmas tree with a star on top, presents and snowflakes. They are printed with small amounts of red and green, but the majority of the surface was left blank for customers color in and customize the cup. For customers who want to draw during their visit to their Starbucks, most stores in the United States will have coloring utensils available.

The holiday cups arrived in Starbucks stores on November 1.

Starbucks Holiday Cup

There’s no better time for the holidays to start than the day after Halloween. Since 1997, Starbucks has released a festive cup to usher in the new season, and this year proves no different. However, this year the coffee chain wants customers to add their own creativity to their order with a cups that invites people to fill in the blanks.

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