Jot Magazine - Mood Board #9

Have you seen the latest Mood Board from Jot Magazine? This gorgeous board was created with the help of fellow Jot Girl Kim Jeffress.

Image credits: Silk ribbons from via Pinterest here>> 2. Hoop art from Send Amy Bell Over onEtsy here>> 3. Paper twine from via Pinterest here>> 4. Printable paper planes from here>> 5. Orange chevron printed beach dress from website here>> 6. Orange napkins from here>>

How stunning is it? I would be lying if I said that I thought this board would be easy to create a layout with. Yes, I loved the colours, but it is not the normal colour palette I would choose. Having said that, I love the layout I created and I would love using this combo again!

Layout Title: What a beautiful day

Products used:
Card stock: White
Paper: AC Amy Tangerine, Studio Calico, Plain vellum
Embellishments: A Piece of Cake Designs Cherry Flair button, Sassafras Lass stickers, Studio Calico bow and die cuts, Bella Boulevard Flag, My Minds Eye stickers, buttons and enamel dots, D-lish Scraps washi tape, doily. 
Other: staples, sewing machine and white thread, Silhouette Cameo, Silhouette store cut file

Close up of the title and embellishment cluster, I let the 3x4 card from the Studio Calico paper act as the title. 

Another cluster, love the Sassafras stickers I found when searching for coordinating colours.

This cut file, was actually the negative part of a sun I cut out for the recent layout I did for Scrapbooking Memories. I thought it worked perfectly with the parasol I am holding.

I will be back very soon with some more scrappy shares :)

Here's how you can enter the current mood board 

The challenge runs until midnight 30 September 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 the Mood Board post at Jot Magazine which can be found here

1 comment

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Wow this is sooo pretty! I love those colours and you have done such a great job with it! WTG!!! :D