Our Mood Board is now closed. Congratulations to our lucky winner – Tarrah McLean and thank you to our sponsor, Close to My Heart for their prize pack.
It’s time for another Mood Board!
Introducing the March Mood Board which has been curated by jot Girl Kim Jeffress. It’s a bright and cheery one this time around, featuring bright blues, grassy greens, hot pink, yellow, orange and plenty of stripes, bold graphics an huge typography.
Image credits |1. Powdered paint colour palette via Pinterest here>> 2. Removeable Surface Art’s wall decals via Brands Exclusive website here>> 3. Pop art inspired drawers from the Mackis range by Ikea. Visit the Ikea blog here>> 4. Bright painted trye props from Pretty In Pnk’s Teresa Smith via Pinterest here>>
Let’s see what the Jot Girls have come up with using Kim J’s gorgeously bright and cheerful Mood Board.
I loved all the pretty colours in this mood board. So bright and happy! I chose a fun and happy pic of my kids and got all those pretty colours down on the page with it! Some of the highlights of this layout for me were the use of 3×4″ journal cards as part of the background papers, adding some Amy Tangerine rub-on words and also a stitched word using an Amy T embroidery kit. Loved this mood board!
I love bold colours and this Basic Grey pattern paper was perfect for a quick layout inspired by the mood board. Because the background was so busy I kept my page as simple as could be.
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 March 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.