It's the season of giving, and now Starbucks is giving its customers a chance to decorate their own coffee cups.
The company's annual holiday-themed cups, arriving in stores today, feature splashes of red and green amid a white background with sketches of snowflakes, presents and other holiday paraphernalia that customers can color in themselves.
"We hope they'll color it in to represent what the holidays mean to them," says Starbucks creative director Leanne Fremar.
In 2015, Starbucks' plain red holiday cup sparked outcry for not containing enough holiday symbols.
Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump even lamented at a rally, "No more Merry Christmas on Starbucks. Maybe we should boycott Starbucks, I don't know. Seriously, I don't care."