It’s time for another Mood Board.This one will run the whole month of October and close midnight 31 October 2013.
We welcome the lovely Sharmaine Kruijver, one of our Jot Girls who has put together a beautiful fresh green mood board for us. Let’s take a look.
Image credits: 1. Green brush + crayons from Sunday In Bed, via Pinterest here>> 2. Papa Bear plate from Kokoko shop Etsy here>> 3. Vertical Papercut Landscape by Eiko Ojala here>> 4. World globes from createfindadmire.tumblr via Pinterest here>> 5. Vintage green luggage from Curated in Style via Tumblr here>> 6. Kate Spade NY | tidbit plates via Pinterest here>>
Let’s take a look at what our team has put together, inspired by Sharmaine’s Mood Board.
Sharmaine Kruijver – The Jot Team
Sharmaine says, “I had so many ideas running through my head for this one. But settled on this canvas.”
Kim Jeffress – The Jot Team
Kim says, “I made a birthday card for my mother-in-law’s 70th birthday on the weekend.”
Anna Allan – The Jot Team
Anna says, “I LOVE the colours but had NO IDEA what the heck I was going to do for a layout! So I just started grabbing this and that from here and there- rearranged the page quite a few times!! 😉 And finally got it somewhere I could call finished. So here is my layout…”
Sheree Forcier – The Support Team
Sheree says, “The globes in this gorgeous mood board made me instantly think of this photo of Ayden on his first day of Year 1 at school. I often include shades of green in my layouts so found it really easy to find everything I needed in my stash and the page came together so quickly too. I loved working with this mood board!”
and a close up of Sheree’s layout:
Stephanie Bryan – The Jot Spot
Steph says, ” I normally don’t touch green, but I had so much fun putting this layout together!”
and a close up
Lauren Hender – The Jot Team
Amanda Hall – The Jot Team
Raquel Bowman – The Jot Team
Raquel says, “I took my inspiration from the colours, the globe, the black in the sketches, and the general ‘travel/world’ theme.”
Photography by Sara Taylor.
Raquel included some hidden journaling for her “story”.
Mardi Winen – The Support Team
Mardi says, “I loved the mood board….I love green and I loved all the colours together….I would have loved to incorporate some black and white sketching….but each attempt didn’t work out so I abandoned that idea!”
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 October 2013.
- 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.
We are very fortunate enough to welcome TWO sponsors for this months Mood Board challenge.
Our first sponsor is Janelle Wind from The Janelle Wind Collection. Enter our challenge to be in the running to win a lovely fabric journal cover pattern/prize pack from Janelle. Thanks so much for sponsoring Janelle!
And secondly, we welcome Melissa from The Paper Birdcage. Melissa makes the most beautiful tags and has a gorgeous array of Christmas tags moment instore just in time for the festive season. Enter our challenge to be in the running to win a prize pack from The Paper Birdcage.
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