For the NAF Championships 2014, I offered to put a bulk order in for NAF mugs, expecting to do about 20. As it turned out, over half the attendees wanted one, so I ended up doing 80! There was also a lot of interest from non-attendees, so here is how to make them.
To make the mugs quickly, I used an Excel workbook (mugmaker) with that image as the background. By changing cell J3, and with the list of names and NAF numbers in the “List” sheet, I could cycle through the orders, and then I used screen capture to capture the picture. You can do this in various ways, from Print Screen, to the latest versions of Office. You end up with this:
Of course, you can just do it manually in Photoshop or Paint, starting with the pic above and adding the NAF name and number to it.
I used Snapfish, with 11oz Collage mugs, but feel free to use it wherever, and I’d be interested in seeing what results you come up with. We could end up with a “mug’s gallery”. Starting with Lunchmoney’s original (top), the ones I produced (bottom left), and one that Be4ch has done (bottom right).
In general, the NAF is happy for you to use logos for your own (non-profit) use, and would be interested in seeing the results. You can find various images on the Media page.