Thank you to all of our entrants – our winner this challenge is Sonia. Congrats Sonia!
It’s time for another Mood Board!
This month Jot Girl Anna, has pulled together a gorgeous colour scheme for us – lots of teal and mustards! Let’s take a look at July’s Mood board.
Photo credits | 1. Yellow iron bed + velvet cushion on the Everyday Lovely blog via Pinterest here. 2. Crocheted heart wedding cake toppers from etsy store All So Cute. 3. Mustard dress + teal stockings via Pinterest here. 4. Dinnerware, photo found on Flickr for Smile and Wave via Pinterest. 5. Linen cocktail napkins from Willowship on etsy here.
Let’s now take a look at what some of our Jot Girls created using this lovely Mood Board.
Anna says, “I love the colours in the mood board but I had NO idea what the heck I was gonna do with them on a layout or if I had many things in these colourings to use BUT when it came to the crunch I realised I actually had plenty! It was the photo that was difficult to choose – Ididn’t have anything that went well with the colours so chose sepia toned photos – in the end. Which is totally okay – I like how it came up!
Sheree says, “Anna, I loved working with this mood board of yours! It’s such a gorgeous colour combo! Here’s my sample page:
I love how Amanda has included this crochet heart, inspired by the heart wedding cake toppers int he Mood Board collage.
Thanks Anna for a lovely Mood Board! I made a little 6×8″ layout which will go into my Project Life album. I thought I would struggle with the colours but this little layout fell together pretty easily.
I used a Heidi Swapp Mask and Mustard Color Shine to create my background.
Sharmaine says, “Yellow and blue, my favourites!!! Anna, love this colour combo, thank you!!!
So. We want to see YOUR layouts. Join in with our challenge. We can’t wait to see what you create.
Our challenge runs until midnight 31 July 2014.
- Create a paper project using the above mood board as inspiration. Use the colours, textures, patterns and pieces to inspire you. It can be anything made with paper — tags, layouts, mini books, cards, Project Life journaling cards, paper garlands or any paper-y project your heart desires.
- Write your blog entry on your blog and link to us here at Jot Magazine – make sure you mention us and include a link back to our website:) Enter by clicking the LINK tool at the bottom of this post. The LINK tool allows you to link up your layout posted on your own blog or upload your entry from your computer. Scroll down for more instructions.
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