Monday, March 25, 2013

Monday Mood Board 7

This weeks mood board is very sherbet-y, with a great mix of patterns and textures. You all know how much I love contrast, whether in color or texture. Here, I was inspired by the mix of genres in the fabrics.


If you'd like to play along, use the mood board as a starting point for a card, tag, layout or any project...where ever the inspiration takes you! Use at least one Wplus9 product. Upload your project to your blog or online photo gallery such as Flickr. Then link it up using the InLinkz widget below to share it and keep the inspiration flowing!


We will select (3) random participants to receive a $10 store credit each at Winners will be announced each Monday when the new Mood Board is posted.

Last Week's Winners

It's time to congratulate our random winner's from last week's mood board! The winners are:

  • #1 (Mary Rose)
  • #13 (Tara aka Craftalicious)
  • #9 (Vickie Z.)
Contact us at with your full name and email and we will set up your store credits!

I can't wait to see how this week's mood board inspires you!


  1. beautiful inspiration, love all the colors and textures...those brads are darling. May I ask where are they from? :)

    1. Thanks Wendy! They're quite old, from Making Memories, the Chloe's Closet collection.

  2. Thanks, Dawn. After you said they were quite old. I didn't think I would find them but I did! Thanks again :D

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  5. I missed the cut off for this one but wanted to play along anyway. Here's my card. :) If you want to link to the stamps you used, that would be fine too, but not mandatory!


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