Our Mood Board has now closed and our winner is #7 Belinda Spencer. Congratulations!
Introducing our glorious March Mood Board.. chosen by Jot Girl, Anna Allan.
Image credits: 1. Yellow door via Pinterest here. 2. Green door found on Flickr via Pinterest here. 3. Buyersselect.com bedlinen found via Pinterest here. 4. Floral centre piece found on Pinterest here.
Let’s take a look at what the Jot Girls created using Anna’s gorgeous Mood Board.
Anna says, “I absolutely LOVED putting together this mood board and then creating with it also. I just love its freshness! And with the pops of yellow, I knew that I wanted to use the photos of the sunflowers in our garden. My eldest girl planted them and has LOVED watching them grow. I’ve created a painted background inspired by the greeny/yellow painted door and then placed square shaped patterned paper as ’tiles’ around my photos. I think I could use this colour palette quite a lot more actually – I love it that much!!”
Beshka says, “I have to say the mood boards are one of my favorite things to work on! I love the colors this month and found pulling together a PL spread to be quick & easy. I did notice that I don’t have a lot of brights at the moment. This is when I find digital kits to be so handy, I found a kit with some brights and printed my own cards. ”
Leanne says, “I fell in love with the beautiful colours and the playfulness of the Pinterest images in general. Then I focused in on the layers! After gathering my supplies each layer was built up and added to the base of white cardstock, to look like the bedding in the mood board. I also made my own mini placemat using my silhouette and the excess cardstock from my layout.”
Jodie says, “LOVE LOVE LOVED this mood board Anna. Just beautiful.
Supply List | Stamps from Kellie Stamps. 12×12 textured cardstock from Bazill Basics. Project Life date stamp. Sewing machine with cream thread. Black Artline felt tip pen. Various scrap papers from my stash.”
Sharmaine says, “Love the freshness of the March mood board. Green is always a favourite and it was my go-to for this page.”
Sheree says, “I love the fresh happy feel of this beautiful mood board so I went with a crisp white background with splashes of colour.”
Jamie says, “It has been a long winter here in Colorado. So when I saw this bright, colorful, full of happy mood board, I knew I needed to celebrate a recent girlfriend trip to sunny California. The hues of yellow and teal and blue invoke feelings of fun times. Just perfect to remember good times.”
Kim says, “I literally squealed when I saw this months mood board, yellow is my go to colour everytime so I was super happy to join in on this one. You might notice those dried flowers on my layout, I spent about two weeks drying them in-between the pages of a book then used my Heidi Swapp Minc and some laminating sheets to sandwich them inside that clear pocket.”
Lauren says, “Anna I loved this mood board xx”
Nat says, “I fell in love with this fresh colour palette and immediately started gathering up supplies that matched. That’s essentially how I put together my card… I simply find bits and pieces that fit the colour scheme and then I just layer them up until I feel it’s enough. So easy!”
Amanda says, “Inspired by : the paintwork, the chevron rug, the timber door, the grid pattern in the window door, the stencilled number above the door, the flowers, and the tablecloth pattern.”
Another selection of gorgeously beautiful layouts and projects from the Jot Girls. So.. what will you make for our new Mood Board challenge?
THANK YOU to Raquel from A Piece of Cake Designs for being our sponsor for this month.