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December Mood Board

Hello there! Amanda here with you today to share this month's mood board and the layout it inspired!

I started by covering my paper in gesso and then used a couple different shades of blue gelatos to create the background. Once that was dry I used the MFT stencil and some modeling paste to add some dimension and texture.  I love mixing vintage elements with more modern/bold pieces, the Pinkfresh Studio wood drops were perfect to contrast them here.

Supplies used: MFT Large Snowflakes Stencil, Pretty Little Studio Diecut Watercolor Clouds, Pinkfresh Studio Holiday Chevron Wood Drops, Wink of Stella Brush Marker Clear

Are you inspired by these wintry colors? I'd love to see what you create! Just leave a comment with a link to your project.


  1. Love the colors Amanda!!! Aqua and Red together is just amazing!

  2. This is just beautiful, love all the colors :)

  3. Amanda, your layout is absolutely stunning. love it!

    I was inspired by your December mood board:

  4. i am in LOOOOOOOOOOOVE with this layout! wow!!! honestly just incredible! i am so inspired to play along!!!!

  5. I LOVE your layout!!! So pretty!
    Here's how those colors inspired me! :)

    1. Thank you! I love your card, keeping it simple really lets the colors pop!

  6. I was inspired by the colors, the circles and the butterflies.

    [url=][img][/img][/url][url=]Gma's[/url] by [url=]boydsscrapper6[/url], on Flickr

  7. Inspired by the colors! Here's my take on it:

  8. Making a mood board for your business is an ideal first step to develop your brand and marketing. Creating a mood board is easier when a template is used. You can use these Mood Board Templates to create mood boards easily.


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