Welcome to day two of our Spring Difficulty Problem Week! We’re so completely happy to share a brand new problem from particular visitor BreAnn Loveland, the proprietor and creator behind one in all our favorite artful instruments, The Ink Stand! In fact, we needed to ask her to give you a color problem for us! Let’s have a look!

Hey mates! BreAnn Loveland right here with a enjoyable card mission and coloration problem for  Spring Difficulty Problem Week. First, let’s check out the colour scheme that I used to create with:

picture from Design Seeds

For my mission in the present day, I’m utilizing merchandise from Harmony and ninth.

Provides | Harmony and ninth: Candy Bee Stencil PackCandy Bee DiesCompletely satisfied Rays BundleHoneycomb Quilt Prime DieOceanside CardstockOceanside Ink Pad; The Ink Stand: The Ink Stand MiniThe Ink Stand Rectangle; Misery Ink: Mowed GardenSpun Sugar, and Shaded Lilac

To start this card I began by ink mixing all the layers of the Harmony and ninth Candy Bee layering stencils with Mowed GardenSpun Sugar, and Shaded Lilac Misery Inks. To maintain my inks in place, I used my Ink Stand Mini.

Subsequent, I used the Harmony and ninth Candy Bee coordinating dies to die-cut my stenciled background.

I wanted so as to add just a little texture to my background so I made a decision to ink mix the leaves from the layering stencils onto some Harmony and ninth Oceanside cardstock with Oceanside Ink. I believe the tone-on-tone provides nice texture to the background.

I additionally used the Harmony and ninth Honeycomb Quilt Prime die for just a little extra background texture.

To complete my mission I added just a little little bit of glitter to the flowers and popped all of them up with foam squares.

I hope you loved my mission in the present day and I hope you’ll give this coloration problem a strive. Have an awesome day, mates!

Howdy! My identify is BreAnn Loveland. I reside in Central Indiana with my husband, our two youngsters, and two canines. I’ve been making playing cards since 2014. In  2020, my husband and I created The Ink Stand. We manufacture all of our merchandise from our dwelling.

Are you able to create with our color problem? Right here’s what you’re creating for:

SCT Magazine - Let's StampTogether - January 2023

You’ll love creating with our January 2023 Let’s Stamp Collectively equipment, designed by Gina Okay. Designs! Get pleasure from utilizing the unique stamp, stencil and die to create your individual spring playing cards! Now to the main points!

Problem Tips:

  1. Create any type of mission utilizing the color scheme discovered above;
  2. Submit a picture of your creation by Wednesday, March twenty second at midnight ET to us (should be beneath 2MB!) at problem@scrapbookandcards.com;
  3. Put “Spring Difficulty Color Problem” in your e-mail topic line;

We’re excited to see what you create with these fairly colors! Keep tuned for tomorrow’s subsequent problem with our personal Mindy Eggen!