Making Mood Boards

In school we always had to make boards for our project presentations.  They took a long time, and usually cost a lot of money!

…well fast forward 5 years and I don’t really make mood boards anymore.  Although, Roeshel and I had about 2 hours to make one while traveling on a bus to the studio for the the Shaw flooring event.

*be nice about the board, we were on a bus, and only had a random box of magazines and a glue-stick to work with!

It was fun to make one again, so I was excited about this website, which you may all know about, but I will tell you about anyway (in case you don’t)  Olioboard.  My husband actually found it for me and I have been having fun playing around with it.

In fact in September, I am going to host a special party for mood boards dates to be announced.  So, if you wanna play around with their site do.  (by the way, this is NOT a sponsored post, I just thought it would be a fun resource for you, especially if you don’t have Photoshop!)

Here are some fun boards that I found that I found.

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Which board is your favorite?
So tell me, is this a site you would use?  
I hope this has been a useful post!  (Yes or No)
 

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  1. Thanks for this post. I’ve been seeing alot about mood boards lately, but didn’t know how to make one. Looks like fun! I think I need to start playing along.