Saturday, May 2, 2015

{crafty} iNSD Mood Board Challenge

Hello there and happy National Scrapbook Day!

 I am so excited to be participating in the Pinkfresh Studio and Winnie & Walter mood board challenge! Here is the mood board -

And here is the layout it inspired!

There were so many wonderful elements in the mood board to take inspiration from! The collage of photos, the watercolor, the pops of yellow in several of the images. My layout ended up being a combination of many of these things!

I started making my background by adding a layer of gesso to my cardstock and then going in with my gelatos and a little water to spread the color out. Once that was dry I added some mist splatters and more water until I got the look I was going for. To break up some of the bold color I added some modeling paste mixed with white paint, so it wouldn't soak up all the yellow beneath it, with the Winnie & Walter Triangled stencil. I ended up cutting my paper a little off center through the watercolored area and then flipped both sides around on my layout. I then went back in and added some stamping from the Winnie & Walter Big Bang Confetti stamp and small puffy stickers from Pinkfresh studio that were in the same colors.

I wanted to keep some white space on the layout so I kept my photos and layers in a tight line and anchored them with the the large chevrons stamped on a paper from Up in the Clouds with the V for Chevron stamp. It's a little busier than what I might normally create, but I love how it came together!

Supplies Used: Pinkfresh Studio- Up in the Clouds collection. Winnie & Walter- V for Chevron stamp set, Big Bang Confetti stamp set, Triangled Creative Screenings.

I hope I have inspired you to take part in the mood board challenge! Want to win this prize pack from Winnie & Walter?  Link up your own mood board inspired project on their their blog to enter!

Be sure to check back in with Pinkfresh Studio and Winnie & Walter throughout the day for more challenges! 

1 comment:

  1. Love your take on the Mood Board! The pop of yellow was certainly prevalent in the Mood Board and intentional. ;-)