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Spring Situation Problem Week: A Temper Board Problem with Mindy Eggen


Welcome again to our Spring Situation Problem Week, pals! At this time we’re going to place you within the temper… to create! Mindy Eggen is internet hosting our temper board problem, and we expect you’re going to like it! Let’s get to your subsequent problem!

Hey pals! It’s Mindy right here with you immediately to share inspiration utilizing a temper board.

picture from Wandering Aimfully

Have you ever used a temper board earlier than? They’re a enjoyable technique to get your mojo began if you’re feeling caught. There is no such thing as a proper or mistaken approach to make use of them both. It’s nevertheless you’re feeling impressed by the image whether or not or not it’s the aesthetic of the picture, the colours, or possibly one of many photos reminds you of a product in your stash. Nonetheless it conjures up you, run with it!

Once I first noticed the temper board, what stood out to me have been the coral and blue colours. I instantly knew I wished to die-cut flowers utilizing these colours.

Provides | Spellbinders: In Bloom etched dies from Metamorphosis with Simon Hurley, Making Me Smile Sentiments Sizzling Foil plate, Stained Glass Window etched dies from Metamorphosis with Simon Hurley, Glimmer Sizzling Foil System, Platinum 6 die minimize machine, foam squares, Gold Glimmer foil; Gina Ok Designs: Join glue, high quality tip bottles; Harmony & ninth: Grapefruit, Sorbet, Stardust, Aqua Sky, Oceanside, Peacock, Parsley, Evergreen cardstock; Honey Bee Stamps: Pastel Pearl stickers

Once I consider die-cutting flowers, I consider Spellbinders. They’ve superb floral dies and backgrounds that coordinate properly with them. From my stash, I pulled out the In Blooms set, Stained Glass Window for a background, and Making Me Smile Sentiments sizzling foil plate.

I wished the colours to be the focus of the cardboard, so I die-cut the Stained Glass Window twice from white cardstock and layered them along with Join glue that I maintain in a fine-tip bottle. Then, I added this to an A2-sized white panel of cardstock. I really like utilizing background dies as delicate curiosity to a card entrance.

Subsequent, I die-cut my flowers from the In Bloom assortment. I used quite a lot of cardstock from Harmony & ninth together with Grapefruit, Sorbet, Stardust, Aqua Sky, Oceanside, Peacock, Parsley, and Evergreen. I layered these items along with my liquid glue and added them to the entrance of the cardboard with foam squares.

As a result of my card is on the delicate and chic facet, I didn’t need my sentiment to overpower my picture. I sizzling foiled the Making Me Smile Sentiments from Gold Glimmer foil with the Glimmer system and Platinum 6 machine. This set is nice as a result of you’ll be able to foil all the emotions on the identical time and the coordinating die cuts all of them out without delay. I can select the one that matches my card the perfect, and save the others for future playing cards. That is particularly useful to me as a result of I’ve such a small space to work in that now I don’t should dig out my sizzling foil machine for only one sentiment afterward. I added the sentiment overlapping the flowers simply barely and popped it up with foam squares to match the peak of the flowers.

My final touch was so as to add lovely pearls from the Pastel Pearl Stickers from Honey Bee Stamps. I lucked out that they matched my colours completely.

I hope you give this temper board a attempt! I’m definitely saving this image to make use of once more. Thanks for spending time with me immediately and see you once more quickly!

Discover extra of Mindy’s work right here: Weblog | Instagram | YouTube

What a cool temper board proper? There are such a lot of prospects, from mountains to an exquisite color scheme! Let’s see your tackle this temper board! Create and ship in your challenge utilizing the submission pointers beneath and you might win this:

4 problems with SCT Journal will ship inspiration to the doorstep all 12 months lengthy! Listed below are the main points.

Problem Pointers:

  1. Create any sort of challenge impressed by the temper board discovered above;
  2. Submit a picture of your creation by Wednesday, March twenty second at midnight ET to us (have to be beneath 2MB!) at problem@scrapbookandcards.com;
  3. Put “Spring Situation Temper Board Problem” in your reference line;

Winners will likely be introduced right here on the weblog on Friday, March twenty fourth! We can not wait to see the tasks which might be impressed by this temper board! Make sure to come again tomorrow on your fourth and last problem from a particular visitor!


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