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Make an Impact With Color: Bunny Mug Dies | Pixi Dust Designs | Video Tutorial

Updated: Apr 14

Hey there, fellow card makers! Are you ready to add a burst of color to your card designs and make a real impact? Well, today's blog post is just for you! I'm super excited to share some fun technique using the Bunny Mug Dies from Pixi Dust Designs. Plus, I'll show you how to make the most out of your white cardstock scraps and get those colors poppin' with my favorite Ohuhu Honolulu Brush Markers. And guess what? We're getting our color inspiration straight from the Year In Review 6 x 6 Pattern Pad by Echo Park. So, let's dive in and create some magic!

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Make an Impact With Color: Bunny Mug Dies | Pixi Dust Designs | Video Tutorial:

Utilizing White Cardstock Scraps:

Let's talk about those white cardstock scraps that we all seem to accumulate, am I right? Instead of letting them gather dust, why not put them to good use? I love keeping a stash of these scraps handy for die cutting. It's like giving them a second life! Pro tip: organize them by color family for easy access. And when you're die cutting, don't be afraid to layer several pieces together to save time and maximize efficiency. Trust me, it's a game-changer!

Make an Impact with Color Video Tutorial:

Grab your favorite beverage, cozy up in your crafty corner, and let's get crafty together. I'll walk you through each step of the process, sharing tips and tricks along the way. I promise, it'll be like having a crafting buddy right there with you!

If you have problems watching the video here on my blog you can always watch it on my YouTube Channel by Clicking here!

(Wondering what I used in this video/project? Everything is linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post, or in the text below. Compensated affiliate links used when possible).

Creating Colorful Impact:

Now, onto the fun part - adding color! When it comes to making an impact, vibrant colors are your best friend. I always reach for my Ohuhu Honolulu Brush Markers because they pack a punch with their rich hues. Remember, don't hold back! Experiment with different color combinations and let your creativity run wild. Who knows, you might discover your new favorite color combo!

Bunny Mug Hi There Card by Rick Adkins

Incorporating Bunny Mug Dies:

Okay, let's talk bunnies! The Bunny Mug Dies from Pixi Dust Designs are seriously adorable and oh-so-versatile. I love how they instantly add a touch of whimsy to any card design. Whether you're creating Easter cards or just want to spread some bunny love, these dies are a must-have in your stash. Follow along (in the above video) as I walk you through the steps of die cutting and assembling your very own bunny mug masterpiece.

Bunny Mug Hi There Card by Rick Adkins Front View

Drawing Inspiration from Pattern Pads:

Ah, pattern pads - the unsung heroes of card making! I can't tell you how many times these little gems have saved the day. The Year In Review 6 x 6 Pattern Pad by Echo Park is my go-to for color inspiration. I mean, have you seen those patterns? They're pure eye candy! Don't be afraid to mix and match patterns with your die-cut elements to create a harmonious design. Trust your instincts and let your creativity shine!

Bunny Mug Hi There Card by Rick Adkins Side View

Well, folks, that's a wrap! I hope you're feeling inspired to add a splash of color to your card designs and make a real impact. Remember, there are no rules in crafting - just endless possibilities! So, go ahead, get creative, and don't forget to share your creations with us. We'd love to see what you come up with! Until next time, happy crafting!

Bunny Mug Hi There Card by Rick Adkins Over Head View

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Materials Used:

Here you will find the list of supplies that I used to create today's card. All supplies are linked to supply sources below. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins

Rick Adkins


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